OBHC's ministry has expanded over the years, offering a variety of programs and services including child-focused care and Children's Hope, a program for single mothers and their children.
Owasso Campus Director, Melissa Litke, shares ways the campus ministers to children and families. Through OBHC's support and the love of Jesus Christ, they can overcome past struggles and learn to be successful.
After months of family struggles, Liberty's adoptive parents made the difficult decision to place her at the Baptist Children's Home. Now, Liberty's attitude has improved to the point where she has reunited with her family.
Because Jessica Nichols was once a mom in Children’s Hope, she understands what the moms in the cottage are going through in a way others cannot as she serves as a family advisor on the Owasso campus.
With an increasing need for stability and help for single mothers, Children’s Hope has stepped into the gap to support those needs. Listen to the testimonies of mothers receiving help.
April made a decision to get her life right and be the mother God intended her to be. Children’s Hope has given her the opportunity to become independent and better care for her children.
Jania struggled many years with drug addiction. Learn how Children’s Hope made an impact in their lives and helped her and her son get on their feet.
Senator James Lankford highlights the urgent need and importance of supporting and strengthening single mothers in need. Hear our latest update on the growth of Children’s Hope.
Bad decisions led Kylie into a life of rebellion, promiscuity and deceit. A strained relationship with her mother led Kylie to live at OBHC. Hear how Kylie’s life has changed in just one year.
Experiencing an unplanned pregnancy, Dakota reached out to Hope Pregnancy Center for help. Watch how Dakota weighed her options and came to the conclusion to choose life for her baby.
Former resident, Kim Rampey, highlights the services of Baptist Children’s Home, Owasso. Learn how BCH is making a difference in the lives of children and families.
More for than a century, OBHC has offered hope and love for children in need. Learn about the rich history and see how God has expanded all of OBHC’s ministries.
Gayla experienced an unplanned pregnancy at age 16. After choosing life for her daughter, she now makes a difference at Hope Pregnancy Center by showing young men and women there is hope.
Ten thousand children are in state DHS custody. Learn how One Such Child steps into the gap by equipping churches to minister to foster families in Oklahoma.
With the many issues that plague middle and high school students today, students often don’t know where to turn. LifeWize teaches a character-based curriculum to help students make good decisions.
OBHC encourages students to grow in their leadership abilities among their peers. Here is a recap of the 20th President’s Leadership Conference.
After the death of their mother, their father was unable to care for their land and family. Hear how Lola and Rachael reveal how God worked in their lives at OBHC and how they are giving back to the ministry which saved their lives.
When her family hit a crossroads, Henriatta found herself homeless at age 17. Once arriving at Baptist Children’s Home, Owasso, she found Christ and become a light to others.
Struggling to keep the electric and water on at home, Fernando skipped a year of school to work and help his father pay bills. See how he ended up at Boys Ranch Town and got back on track.