They Must Love Jesus

Two sisters who have been with us for 1 ½ years received the sad  news that their parents’ rights were terminated. They had hoped their mom would make the efforts to regain custody, but that did not happen. Thus, they are now adoptable. The adoption counselor asked the youngest, 8, what type of family would be best for her. She spoke up, through her tears, “They must want my sister also, and they must love Jesus.” During her time at Calvary Home the Lord has used the house parents to speak to her heart.


2KidsThere are many great opportunities to support and get involved at Calvary Home for Children. We are currently focused on generating the funds needed to fill our cottages with children and complete construction of our Vocational Enrichment Center. We are also planning special events and ways that you can get involved in volunteering and serving at the Calvary Home for Children.

Calvary Home is in a prime position to grow and meet even more children’s needs. Can we count on you to get involved in the exciting work that God is doing here?

Our Mission: Providing help, hope, and home for children in need.

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Want to treat our kids? For today only, the 7 Eleven located at 3705 N Highway 81 is having a Cookie Day for Calvary Home! Donate a cookie to one of our kids in honor of this month of love! ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you, Boy Scout Troop 84 and Central Presbyterian Church for collecting 620 pounds worth of canned and dry foods for Calvary Home. You've restocked our shelves completely.
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