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Practices that Sustain Us in the Long Journey


Date: January 18
Time: 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm


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True ministry is, at its heart, a pouring out—of our energy, our emotions, and our very selves.  This can be as true in journalism and publishing as in any Kingdom mission.  Little wonder that we sometimes feel exhausted.  If we continue to pour life out without life pouring in, we will eventually run dry.

In this free webinar, Jedd Medefind, president of the Christian Alliance for Orphans, will explore age old practices—as relevant today as ever—that nurture the health of our inner life.  We’ll focus especially on specific choices and habits that help sustain us amidst a life-long commitment to truth, justice and mercy.


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Jedd Medefind is the president of the Christian Alliance for Orphans. Jedd has written many articles and four books, including Upended and Four Souls. His most recent book, Becoming Home, offers a short yet meaningful exploration of how families and communities can embrace vulnerable children with wisdom and love through adoption, foster care, mentoring and more. Prior to this role, Jedd served in the White House as a special assistant to President George W. Bush, leading the Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives. Previously, Jedd held a range of posts in the California State Legislature. He also helped establish the California Community Renewal Project, which strengthens nonprofits in some of the state’s most challenged communities. He has worked, studied, and served in more than thirty countries, with organizations ranging from Price-Waterhouse in Moscow to Christian Life Bangladesh. Jedd Medefind and his wife, Rachel, live in central California with their five children.