A PLACE I DIDN’T BELONG
A Place I Didn’t Belong: Hope for Adoptive Moms is an eight week, healing support group for adoptive and foster moms that validates the sometimes devastating experiences of adoptive parenthood while offering hope, practical coping strategies, and spiritual renewal for the journey ahead. We can be OK even when our children are not. Join us for this grace-filled, eight-week healing support group, led by Paula Freeman, founder and former executive director of Hope’s Promise, and author of the book by the same name.
September 11 – October 30, 2018
Tuesday mornings from 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Lone Tree Library
10055 Library Way
The Studio Room
The $90 fee (book, materials and snacks) is payable at the first meeting.
Contact Paula Freeman at [email protected] for more information.
Register online by clicking on the link below: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b0a4dadac2dab9-aplace1
Paula Freeman, MSW, is an author, speaker, trainer and adoption social worker. She is the founder and former executive director of Hope’s Promise a Colorado licensed adoption agency and orphan care ministry and author of A Place I Didn’t Belong: Hope for Adoptive Moms. With over thirty years of adoption social work experience, the mother of three adopted daughters and three adopted granddaughters, Paula speaks from personal and professional experience and shares God’s redeeming plan of adoption with candor and grace. Widowed, with seven grown children and ten grandchildren, she shares her empty nest with adorable pooches Annie and Cooper. Visit her at www.paulafreeman.org or contact her at [email protected].