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Ongoing , 2014-2015 - Free Marriage Mentor Training
Marriage Mentor Training
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, but 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 who desire to be mentored, 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 firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to becomes a mentor. Mentor training is available online at any time.
Click here to learn more about the training.
, 2015 - Year of the Family
2015 The Year of the Family
One Foundation: Restore. Preserve. Enrich.
Please let us all join together to use our Celebrate Family Week to kick off our proclaiming 2015 as “The Year of the Family.” As we have for eight years, we are asking you to spend time with your family, lifting up those family values that are so important to the legacy we leave for our children.
This year we will be utilizing “The Family Project,” a Focus on the Family study to help us realize God’s plan for the family in today’s culture. We will be facilitating an opportunity for churches across the state to make “The Family Project” study available to their people.
As we believe marriage and the family are foundational to society, we pray that you will join us in this exciting celebration, designating 2015 as “The Year of the Family.”
For a downloadable poster, go to http://www.ndfa.org/resources/newsletters/NDFA_Newsletter_ID_1415644631.pdf
February 12, 2015 - Faith, Family, and Freedom Banquet and Bismarck Pastors' Conference
Faith Leaders' Summit and Bismarck Faith, Family, and Freedom Banquet
February 11-13, 2015
ND State Capitol and University of Mary
(February 11th is optional)
Wayne Grudem, professor of Theology and Biblical Studies at Phoenix Seminary, will give keynote addresses to faith leaders about Christian involvement in the public policy arena and the political process at the Faith Leaders' Summit in Bismarck. Grudem will also speak at our Faith, Family, and Freedom Banquet, an evening event open to the public held at the University of Mary.
Summit topics to include:
- The Courts: Why They Should Not Have the Ultimate Power in a Nation
- Moral and Spirtual Issues in American Politics Today
- Why Christians Should Influence Government for Good
The Faith Leaders' Summit will provide dialogue among North Dakota faith leaders interested in learning more about the legislative process and how it relates to the people they serve in their communities. Other speakers and topics to be announced at a later date.
April 7, 2015 - 2015 Fargo Faith, Family, and Freedom Banquet
Fargo 2015 Faith, Family, and Freedom Dessert Banquet
Tuesday, April 7th, 7pm
Ramada Plaza & Suites, Fargo, ND
Pam Tebow, keynote speaker: “Standing Strong for Life”
Dessert and coffee will be served.
For reservations and or/underwriting opportunities, contact NDFA at email@example.com or 701-364-0676.
Pam Tebow speaks on a variety of faith-based topics and is currently writing a book on parenting. Pam and her husband Bob have been involved in various ministries throughout their marriage and have five grown children, whom they homeschooled, including the Heisman-winning Tim Tebow. Pam is passionate about encouraging others to trust in the Lord and to use the influence God has given them to eternally impact the world.
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