To feel embraced, comforted, and loved when they come through the doors of our children’s home.
To heal from traumatic experiences of abuse, neglect, abandonment, or loss.
To be reunited, when possible, with family or relatives in a positive living situation.
To stay healthy as they receive regular check-ups.
To experience God’s love and be drawn to a meaningful relationship with Jesus Christ.
To overcome issues of poverty, illiteracy, addiction, or other challenges to building a healthy home.
To be supported by local churches who lift their own community and help break destructive cycles that affect these precious children.
To help children process grief in a healthy way and build a strong foundation for emotional growth.
To have wisdom and they advocate for the protection of children whose futures are decided by the court system.
To have a positive influence on the community as they reach out and provide resources.