North Dakota Family Alliance Banner Logo

Events

Some of the below articles may require the free Adobe Acrobat Reader.



July 20, 2014 - Free Marriage Mentor Training!

Marriage Mentor Training
Calvary United Methodist Church
Room 102

July 20th, 1-4pm (with introduction)
July 27th, 1-3pm
August 3rd, 1-3pm
August 10th, 1-4pm (with closing celebration)

If unable to attend some or all of the session due to location or timing, this training can be completed online from home.


North Dakota Family Alliance is providing free mentor training from Les and Leslie Parrott for interested couples.  You may think you are not the ideal couple to mentor?  Here's what Les and Leslie say,

"No one expects a mentor to be perfect - only genuine and honest.  A Mentor is a relatively happy couple, more experienced couple, purposely investing in another couple to effectively navigate a journey that they have already taken."

There is an abundance of couples that desire to be mentored in the church, but a shortage of mentors.  Couples want to grow stronger in their relationships before there is a crisis, we just need the mentors!  Let's change divorce statistics and come alongside other couples!

Contact NDFA via email at admin@ndfa.org if you would like to becomes a mentor.  Frrom there we will provide you with the free training.

Click here to learn more about the training.



July 22, 2014 - Minot Family Values Forum

Family Values Forum
Tuesday, July 22nd, 6:30pm
700 16th Ave SE
Minot, ND

Free and open to the public

Kim Ketola is an award-winning writer and broadcaster.  She is currently the host and executive producer of the live national weekly program, Cradle My Heart Radio.  In addtion, Kim has presented at accredited conferences for healing after abortion and has served as a chairperson for the MN Governor's Counicl on Faith and Community Service Initiative from 2006-2008. More info here.

Windie Jo Lazenko is a Victim Advocate, a Licensed Chaplain as well as a multi-faceted trainer.  Her work is dedicated to raising awareness about, and offering support to, individuals who have been victims of sex exploitation trafficking, and communities that love & support them. More info here.

The purpose of our monthly Family Values Forum is to bring expert speakers to North Dakota to present on the values and issue NDFA addresses as a part of our mission.  These mini-conferences provide an opportunity for those across the state to be actively engaged and informed. 

 



August 20, 2014 - Fargo Family Values Forum

Family Values Forum
Wednesday, August 20th, 6:30pm
4601 S University Dr
Fargo, ND

Free and open to the public

Arina Grossu
with Family Research Council focuses on sanctity of human life issues, ranging from conception to end of life care and has been featured on major media outlets.  Arina graduated from Notre Dame and has been involved with the pro-life movement for 15 year.  Learn more.

Brian Brown co-founded NOM in 2007 and is serving as its first executive director.  NOM is the nation's largest organization dedicated to the protection of marriage.  Brown was instrumental in the CA Proposition 8 campaign and his views of marriage have been reported on virtually every media outlet.  Learn more.

The purpose of our monthly Family Values Forums is to bring expert speakers to North Dakota to present on the values and issue NDFA addresses as a part of our mission.  These mini-conferences provide an opportunity for those across the state to be actively engaged and informed. 




Some of the above articles may require the free Adobe Acrobat Reader.



Site designed and maintained by Digital Design Solutions