Impact Stories

The Fontina Family

May 1, 2023

“We are like a big family…we do life together. Sometimes the kids we serve have never seen what a healthy family unit looks like.”

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Not an Accident

April 1, 2023

Bekah confided to the nurse her grandmother told her not to look at any literature, watch any videos or the ultrasound screen, nor accept any pictures of the baby.

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The Goodness of God

March 1, 2023

“I cannot thank the OKC campus enough for the impact it has had on me. The people I’ve met and the opportunities I’ve been given just reflect the goodness of God to me.”

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A Second Chance

February 1, 2023

“I think being here is a second chance at life. I have a lot of opportunities here that I did not expect. This is a new beginning for me, and I am excited to see where it leads.”

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Advocacy and the Gospel

January 1, 2023

“The boys I work with are not objects. They are not just pieces of paper I shred once they leave. They are people with beating hearts who need the love of Jesus.”

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A Continued Benefit

December 1, 2022

“Life is not always going to be what you want it to be, but if you follow the path God has for you, you will have everything you need.”

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Self-Control and Cows

November 1, 2022

“If there’s a really stressful situation with one of the cows going on you can’t let your stress get ahold of you. If you let your stress control you, you can end up hurting the cow or yourself.”

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A Close-Knit Community

October 1, 2022

“I have never had anyone root for me in this way. I love the ladies in my cottage and the family advisors on campus. They have made such a difference in my life.”

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Through the Struggles We Grow

September 1, 2022

“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

August 1, 2022

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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