Keri

I like school… but being with my friends is my favorite. They give me a lot of confidence. I also love people. Their feelings come before mine, especially people older than me. If I see an elderly person, that makes my day.”

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Andrea

“If it weren’t for you, I know I wouldn’t be in a good place at all right now. It’s actually hard to think about. Now, I feel like I’m going to be a lot more successful in life and more prepared for anything that comes my way.”

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Chayton

“I know how to own up to my mistakes now and how to change. If I hadn’t come here, I would have been in a bad place, but now I can see myself going to college and getting a good job, doing everything I can think of that makes life better for people.”

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Beyonca

“I still struggle with doubt, but I’m learning most people do, and that helps. I’m growing spiritually, and I know without faith, I wouldn’t be where I’m at now.”

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Contractors replaced sewage lines at Boys Ranch Town

When a group of people set their minds to something and combine their resources, they can accomplish great things. All across Oklahoma, women find their opportunity to help children by joining Women of Compassion. Members have one thing in common – loving Jesus and longing to help change the lives of children and families in Oklahoma.

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Tonya and baby

“I believed the doctor who said I would die if I had another baby. I felt like if I went ahead with the pregnancy, I would be taking my children’s mother away from them… It was awful!”

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Hope Ardmore Rededication

After years of serving women and men experiencing an unintended pregnancy, Hope Pregnancy Center, Ardmore recently remodeled their facility, updating rooms and adding more features for client privacy. Hope welcomed community members to a rededication of their center on February 24.

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TripleC WInter Retreat

Eleven children from OBHC’s four campuses embarked on the annual Triple C Retreat, January 17-20 to Red River, NM. Triple C, short for Capable Caring Christians, is a program for students who have been identified as leaders on OBHC’s campuses.

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Women of Compassion

Women of Compassion is comprised of women throughout Oklahoma who are passionate about the well-being of children and families in need. In 2020, Women of Compassion will have donated more than one million dollars to help provide hope for children and families.

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boys sitting on bales of hay

Boys Ranch Town is hosting an alumni reunion on Saturday, April 4 from 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. on campus located at 5100 E. 33rd Street in Edmond. All former residents and staff are invited to attend to see old friends, meet new ones and join the fun.

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