Baptist Children’s Home & Family Services
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This year you can still participate in supporting BCHFS on Fall Festival Day, even from the comfort of your couch. You have the option of bidding on quilts through the online auction, or if quilts aren't for you we are celebrating #GivingDay on September 18th. Many...
This year you can bid online for the quilts in addition to bidding live in person. We have partnered with Rothrock Auction Company of Parkersburg Illinois to auction the quilts this year. Pre-bidding for the auction is open as of noon on Wednesday, September 15th. ...
Father’s Day has not been a national holiday for nearly as long as Mother’s Day, but it is no less important to honor our Fathers. The first Father’s Day is credited to Fairmont, West Virginia in 1908, in response to a mining accident that left hundreds of men dead. ...
2021 Mother’s Day Offering
Kat & Colton found the help they needed at Baptist Children’s Home & Family Services. They chose to share their story in honor of our 2021 Mother’s Day Story. Watch their story of help and healing then prayerfully consider your gift this Mother’s Day to BCHFS.
BCHFS – This is Our Story
Baptist Children’s Home and Family Services is comprised of 5 programs that work towards a common goal of providing Christ-centered services that protect, heal and restore. This video briefly explores each of those programs and introduces the ministry of BCHFS.
Houseparents on the Mission Field
Dave and Renee share how becoming Houseparents at BCHFS has changed their lives.
Angel’s Cove – Helping Mothers Overcome Barriers
Angel’s Cove helps young mothers overcome a multitude of barriers in their lives. Why should you support this program? Dora explains.
Josh and Tammy’s Testimony
Josh and Tammy came to Angel’s Cove to adopt a child. Two years after getting involved with BCHFS, they met their daughter. Watch their story.
Gospel-Centered Counseling at Pathways
Many of our clients struggle with mental health, anxiety, depression, grief, addiction, loneliness, and shame. One of the most important things we offer is gospel-centered counseling. Michelle introduces this program.
Candy was removed from an abusive home and placed in a loving, Christian home. At the time, she was devastated and heartbroken. The relationship she gained with the Lord helped her replace all she lost. This is her story of forgiveness.
Growing up, Chris compartmentalized his feelings. He lived his life this way. While this strategy allowed him to get through each day, he was not fulfilled. Hear how his faith and BCHFS helped him through a life challenge.