Parents in Process: Reconcile and Reform Conference
Are you a Christian parent who has an LGBTQ child and lots of questions? Are you concerned about what the Bible has to say about your child? Are you wrestling with what it means to honor God and continue to love and embrace your child after they've come out? If so, you are not alone on this journey—and you are invited to attend a daylong program on Thursday, November 7, for parents just like you. The Reformation Project is hosting our annual Reconcile and Reform conference at Plymouth Congregational Church in Seattle, Washington, this November 7-9. Before the conference officially starts on the evening of November 7, authors Greg and Lynn McDonald will lead our Parents in Process program for Christian parents of LGBTQ children. Greg and Lynn are the founders of a ministry called Embracing the Journey and the authors of Embracing the Journey: A Christian Parents' Blueprint to Loving Your LGBTQ Child.
They live in Atlanta, Georgia, where they pursue their passion of helping LGBTQ families become reconciled with each other and move one step closer to Jesus. Parents in Process attendees are welcome and encouraged to stay for the Reconcile and Reform conference from Thursday evening through Saturday evening. Separate registration is required for the conference (see here). Early bird tickets for Parents in Process are $30 for conference attendees and $50 for non-attendees. Lunch is included in the ticket price..
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