Headed in the Right Direction

“I like it here, but I miss my family,” Zach admits. “I got here five or six months ago. I just wasn’t listening to my parents. I got mad at them a lot, but I knew I should really be mad at myself. It was all my doing. I think I’m getting better, though.”

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My Life is the Evidence

After conducting some online research, Henriatta found Baptist Children’s Home (BCH), Owasso. Taking her future into her own hands, she made a life-changing phone call and asked the children’s home for help.

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Happy Together

Amelia loves “just everything” about living at OBHC. “There are lots of people, lots of friends, lots of family, and it’s a really helpful place for my mom.”

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Redefining Success

While decisions about the future can stir up a significant amount of angst and uncertainty, the children in the care of OBHC are not left to navigate this winding, unfamiliar path alone. Wise and caring staff walk patiently alongside each student as they evaluate the options before them and seek to establish their next steps.

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A Queen is Crowned

Krystyna - Prom Queen

“The Queen” enters the room in comfy blue jeans with just socks on her feet, carrying a bag of assorted candy. When Krystyna came to Baptist Home for Girls, she never dreamed that she would be crowned Prom Queen at Madill High School.

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Shifting Focus

Starr and her boyfriend were so grateful for the way they were received and treated at Hope on their first visit so they returned to get an ultrasound. “They were just very caring,” Starr remembers, “very empathetic with us. They showed us respect. It felt like God was there, and I wanted to keep being a part of that.

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Learning and Growing

“My life would be in shambles if I hadn’t come here. Everyone here, caseworkers, program directors, my houseparents…everyone; they care for me and taught me I don’t have to fight my way out of everything. I can rely on God and have patience.”

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Making it Count

Dara

Dara is currently attending school online and taking advantage of every opportunity to prepare for her future. “I really enjoy school online,” Dara says. “It gives me freedom in my schedule, and I get to move at my own pace.”

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Gold from Straw

Lindy

“In one year, I’ve gone from not thinking I was going to survive and wanting to die to wanting people to know that God really does love them and can help them like He helped me. It’s just crazy, and I’m so grateful!”
~ Lindy

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