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Ribbon Cutting Held for the Young Children’s Home in Fort Smith, AR!

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Our four new homes – adorned with the words “heart,” “soul,” ‘strength,” and “mind” – opened on Friday, July 28th, 2017, to house up to 32 children. On that momentous day, we celebrated with the ribbon cutting of the Curt, Cliff & Opal Young Children’s Home, located at 8800 Young Home Drive, at Chaffee Crossing, […]

The Talleys Perform Concert to Benefit the Hope Center!

The Talleys Perform Concert to Benefit the Hope Center!

On Thursday, May 4, 2017, we enjoyed an evening of fellowship in song and praise with the Talleys, at Towering Oaks Baptist Church, in Greeneville, TN to benefit the Honeysuckle Studios, our Maternity/Independent Living Home project, a ministry of The Hope Center. The Talleys are one of Christian music’s most beloved and respected families. Their commitment […]

Ribbon Cutting And Dedication of Maggie House!

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December 1, 2015 marked a historical day for Family Ministries, with it’s ribbon cutting and dedication of Maggie House, a beautiful 33 bed Residential Home For Children in Charleston, Arkansas.  It was a beautiful sunny day with over 600 people in attendance. The governor of Arkansas, Asa Hutchinson, was guest speaker for this special event, along with Cecile […]

New Child Care Opportunities in Charleston, AR!

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History In March of 2014, Fred Schaffer, during a casual conversation with Pastor Jeff Holland, offered to give the former Greenhurst Nursing Center (15,000 square feet) to the Free Will Baptist Church. Pastor Jeff accepted the offer and immediately contacted Family Ministries to ask them to consider taking the building and turning it into a […]

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Testimony

I was there for 64 day starting from January 20, 2014 as a resident in DCS custody. I did not like it that much while I was there but after I got out I realized how much better it was than alot of group homes. It is a friendlier environment with great staff. We did have fun there, more than I realized while I was there. It was not that enjoyable while I was there because I was away from my home and family by force but now since I am out, I have truly realized what it has done for me and other people. It has gotten alot of teens boys to Christ by far while I was there. I really hope people will donate more stuff there because there was not much to do but it was not all that bad.
Holden

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