A Whole New Person

A Whole New Person

“I never thought I would see the day that I didn’t have to have drugs or alcohol to cope, and now I am genuinely happy, thanks to God and OBHC.”

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Through the Struggles We Grow

“At first I wanted to be good at grades to make my mom proud of me. But I soon realized that when I applied myself in school, I had a sense of self-worth I had never had before.”

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A Unique Role

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.

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Light in the Darkness

Being at Children’s Hope is helping Katherine to make the necessary changes needed to maintain long term sobriety and properly parent her children. “OBHC is a light in the darkness, and I have found full-on hope…”

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Place of Welcoming

“We have both been able to be the parents we wished to be, and it is only through the help of Hope Pregnancy Center that it has been possible,” said Jennifer.

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Brotherhood on the Ranch

“Once you get to know everyone, you realize everyone else has been through hard times like you… so we can all share those feelings and help each other.”

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The Future Looks Bright

The Future Looks Bright - How One Young Man is Impacting Others for Christ

“I started seeing BRT as my home,” said Joseph. “My trust for those at BRT continued to develop, and I now know everyone here wants the best for us.”

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A Calling to Come Home

Houseparents James and Carol McClure

“Even on the really hard days, I still feel like we’re called to be here. I just have a peace knowing we are where God is calling us to be. This is our home.”

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Mother’s Legacy, Daughter’s Passion

Sylvia Boothe at Crisis Pregnancy Center

In 1984, Sylvia Boothe became the director of the first pregnancy center in the state for Oklahoma Baptists. The impact of her passion and leadership within Oklahoma pregnancy centers is still alive today.

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