October 19-20, 2018

Tapestry Conference

Early Bird Through August 12

Creating Healing Homes

The 2018 Tapestry Conference will be held October 19-20 at Irving Bible Church. The Tapestry Conference brings together experienced parents and professionals to teach on a wide range of topics that help us to achieve our mission of supporting and equipping local churches and families with the tools and resources to wrap around and bring hope and healing to adoptive and foster parents, children, and their families.

The 2018 Tapestry Conference will feature Jayne Schooler. Jayne is the author/co-author of eight books in the field of child welfare including Wounded Children, Healing Homes: How Traumatized Children Impact Adoptive and Foster Parents and Parenting in Transracial Adoption.

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CEUs available for professionals. Training hours available for foster parents.

David & Jayne Schooler

Dr. David and Jayne Schooler began the journey into the world of foster care and adoption in 1978, with a simple question by a youth in their church. “Would you become my foster parents?” They answered yes and that changed the direction of their lives.

Both David and Jayne are recognized nationally and internationally as speakers/trainers in the field of trauma, adoption and foster care, and emotionally healthy spirituality.  They are the primary authors of Back2Back Ministries, Trauma Competent Caregiving nine module training curriculum,  which has been translated into 7 languages and has reached over 58 countries.

Jayne is the author/co-author of eight books in the field of child welfare including Wounded Children, Healing Homes: How Traumatized Children Impact Adoptive and Foster Parents and Parenting in Transracial Adoption.  Serving now full time with Back2Back Ministries their international work takes them regularly to India, Nigeria, Mexico, and Haiti. David and Jayne are parents by birth and adoption and grandparents of four.

David & Jayne Schooler

Dr. David and Jayne Schooler began the journey into the world of foster care and adoption in 1978, with a simple question by a youth in their church. “Would you become my foster parents?”  They answered yes and that changed the direction of their lives.

David has served in the pastoral and counseling ministry for over 40 years. Much of his current focus is on working with adults who have a lifetime impact of early childhood trauma. Both David and Jayne are recognized nationally and internationally as speakers/trainers in the field of trauma, adoption and foster care, and emotionally healthy spirituality.  They are the primary authors of Back2Back Ministries, Trauma Competent Caregiving nine module training curriculum,  which has been translated into 7 languages and has reached over 58 countries.

Jayne is the author/co-author of eight books in the field of child welfare including Wounded Children, Healing Homes: How Traumatized Children Impact Adoptive and Foster Parents and Parenting in Transracial Adoption.  Serving now full time with Back2Back Ministries their international work takes them regularly to India, Nigeria, Mexico, and Haiti. David and Jayne are parents by birth and adoption and grandparents of four.

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Tapestry Adoption & Foster Care Ministry

Tapestry exists to equip and support adoptive and foster families with the tools and resources they need to meet their child’s unique needs. We strive to develop authentic community with the support of a local church, as well as quality crisis intervention from experienced parent coaches and professionals. It is our goal to help families create places where children feel safe, loved, and welcome.

Resources

We hope you’re able to make it to the conference. In the meantime, you may be interested in checking out this adoption-related resource on the web. Empowered To Connect provides audio, video and written content that offers hope and help to adoptive and foster parents.