Your Support Matters

Read how lives were changed through Christian Family Care programs

Lasting Impact

When you give to Christian Family Care, you have a lasting impact on children like Isabelle. Isabelle spent her time in foster care with a loving Christian family where she learned about grace, forgiveness, and the unconditional love of Jesus Christ.

The teenager went to church for the first time with her foster family and eventually came to accept Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior. She is back home with her biological family, and we can rest assured she know that God will never let her go, even in times of trouble.


Hope and Healing

Support from friends like you allows couples like Deborah and Randy to feel equipped and confident in parenting their foster and adopted children. The couple adopted three siblings from the foster care system and continue to take in older foster placements, providing them with the love, safety, and nurturing that these children are so desperate for.

Deborah and Randy have had an eternal impact on the children in their home. All three of their adopted children have accepted Christ as their Lord and Savior and publicly declared their commitment to following Christ during their baptisms!

They’ve seen one of their children heal from suicidal thoughts, another no longer has any physical or mental delays. Never underestimate the power of love, nurturing and our Heavenly Father!


A Bright Future

Partnering with Christian Family Care gives children like John hope and a future. John spent his teen years in foster care, and landed in John Sr. and Kelley’s home. They never wavered in their love and support for him and John finally felt like he was a member of a family.

After joining the military, he came back on leave to ask them if he could officially take their last name. God used this foster family to help John become the loving and hard-working young man that he is today. A young man who is determined to spend his life fighting for our freedom in the military. The best part is, he’ll always have a family to come home to.