Needs and Results Are Bigger Than We Realize

Needs and Results Are Bigger Than We Realize

My wife Amanda and I have been Home Parents for almost two years now. During that time, we’ve had the privilege to care for 20 children as longer term placements in our home. Many of those are sibling sets. The need is bigger than we ever realized, because of the number of children suffering from
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He Found His Forever Home

He Found His Forever Home

David is not lucky to have us – having a family who loves you isn’t luck, it’s every child’s right. Shravan and I are the lucky ones to be able to officially share our lives with David forever. Laura, David’s adoptive mother.
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Reunited – A Mom’s Fight to get her Children Home

Reunited – A Mom’s Fight to get her Children Home

I’m the mom that struggles, but I’m the mom that never gives up.   Stephany is a mom of three wonderful children. She’s lived in Columbia nearly all her life. She went to school at Rock Bridge and Douglass High Schools. Although she admits, she didn’t finish. Four years ago, her two youngest children, then 11 and 12 years old, were taken away from her and placed into foster
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More than a Fish Story

More than a Fish Story

Children from hard places often have developed, through no fault of their own, inappropriate responses to people and situations. A preteen boy who was placed with us last summer demonstrated many of those poor responses.
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Empowered to Connect Conference

Empowered to Connect Conference

The Empowered to Connect Conference is being broadcast at locations across the country on April 5 and 6. Coyote Hill, thanks to the support of Boone County Children’s Services, will be one of the simulcast sites this weekend!
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Learning to Love Again

Learning to Love Again

“What’s wrong with me? I must not have any emotions at all!” 
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Celebrating God’s Diverse Creation

Celebrating God’s Diverse Creation

Visit Coyote Hill on any given day and you might catch a glimpse of a blonde-hair, blue-eyed child brushing aside the glossy black ringlets of her ebony-eyed sister as she whispers and giggles in her ear. A young girl of Native American descent might be studying the story of the Pilgrims with a young boy
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Cardboard Entrepreneurs

Cardboard Entrepreneurs

Why settle for an ordinary Valentine’s Day box when you can turn that box into something that allows you to run a small business? 
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Your Generosity Can Make a Difference in the Life of a Child.