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God sets the lonely in families... Psalm 68:6

Live the Promise

A Promising Plan for the Welfare of Children

Become an Advocate for Vulnerable Children!
Build a Family Advocacy Ministry at your Church

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April 5th & 6th– Commission127, Orlando, FL
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April 18th – Promise686, Virtual Clinic
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April 18th – Fostering Joy, Lenexa, KS
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April 18th – Welcomed, White Lake, WI
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April 25th – Hands of Hope, Ft. Wayne, IN
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April 25th – Promise686, Virtual Clinic
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April 25th – Seattle, WA
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May 2nd – Promise686, Virtual Clinic
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May 2nd – Welcomed, Oshkosh, WI
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May 5th & 6th– Commission127, Orlando, FL
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June 6th – Florida 1.27, Tampa, FL
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June 27th – Hands of Hope, Brownsburg, IN
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August 22nd – Hands of Hope, Fishers, IN
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August 22nd– Commission127, Florida
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October 6th & 7th– Commission127, Florida
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November 3rd & 4th– Commission127, Florida
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November 7th – Hands of Hope, Greenwood, IN
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WHAT IS "LIVE THE PROMISE?"

Psalm 68:6 includes a simple promise—“God sets the lonely in families.” We intend to live it, specifically for vulnerable children. Live The Promise is a network of churches and non-profits building sustainable Foster Advocacy Ministries (FAMs). Live The Promise equips families and volunteers to provide strategic prevention, appropriate intervention, and essential connection for vulnerable children.




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Who is behind Live the Promise?

Live The Promise works because church communities come together to engage their local child welfare crisis. Promise686, an independent faith-based non-profit, is leading this initiative by mobilizing a coordinated response to the needs of vulnerable children through strong Family Advocacy Ministries nationwide.

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What if every church had at least one foster family


The State of Foster Care

US Churches | 300,000

US Foster Children | 400,000

Georgia Churches | 10,000

Georgia Foster Children | 15,000