First Day of School Prayer Requests

First Day of School Prayer Requests

The beginning of a school year brings with it much excitement, anxiety and challenges. Will you join us in prayer for these specific requests as our children begin school at Harrisburg R-VIII on August 14?
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They Served. Now We Serve.

They Served. Now We Serve.

About eight out of every 100 military veterans have post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), according to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. David Hammer, a Marine veteran of Vietnam, was diagnosed with PTSD and Moral Injury. David explains how Coyote Hill’s Equine Therapy Program is allowing veterans like himself to find purpose and healing.
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The Ministry of Garden Boxes

The Ministry of Garden Boxes

Some of our supporters give of their resources and finances. Others give of their time and talents. Either way, we want you to know that each and every one of your gifts, in all their various forms, truly do minister to our children.
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An Egg-citing Easter

An Egg-citing Easter

“When I saw the first child with their sack full of eggs, I thought, ‘Well, he found most of them and now there won’t be much left for the other children.’ But as I kept seeing other kids running around, I noticed all of them had their sack full of eggs. There must be TONS
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She Gives Time, Love and Whipped Topping

She Gives Time, Love and Whipped Topping

In honor of National Volunteer Month, we’d like to introduce you to Colleen Goss. Colleen tirelessly serves our children, families and ministry. We hope you’ll find her story as inspiring as we do.
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Recognition and Encouragement

Recognition and Encouragement

About 20 years ago, our Executive Director’s wife, Denise McDaniel and some others began hosting monthly Recognition Dinners for all of the children at Coyote Hill. As we are beginning those again as Encouragement Dinners, Denise shares their history: 
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Pancake Breakfast, Then and Now

Pancake Breakfast, Then and Now

Our Executive Director and Founder, Larry McDaniel, reflects:  I remember the very first meeting with Memorial Baptist folks, as we planned that first pancake breakfast 22 years ago. We were all excited as we thought about creating an event that would support Coyote Hill while utilizing resources and volunteers from their church.   Some things have
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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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Your Generosity Can Make a Difference in the Life of a Child.