2019 Golf Tournaments

March 13, 2019

Make a “hole-in-one” for Arkansas Baptist Children’s Homes and Family Ministries by taking part in the 2019 Golf Classic May 20 in Rogers or June 21 in Benton. On Monday, May 20, Arkansas Baptist Children’s Homes will host the annual Golf Classic at Lost Springs Golf Club, Rogers; and Friday, June 21, at Long Hills Golf […]

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Agency added to WMU WorldCrafts initiative

December 6, 2018

  WorldCrafts, the fair-trade division of Woman’s Missionary Union (WMU), has expanded the initiative through a partnership with Arkansas Baptist Children’s Homes and Family Ministries . WMU announced in January the launch of a WorldCrafts initiative to support the work of the Baptist Coalition for Children and Families. Through this initiative, churches or individuals partner […]

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Harrison Boys Ranch restructured, renamed

October 18, 2018

The Arkansas Baptist Boys Ranch in Harrison is changing its name as part of an organizational restructuring. The Arkansas Baptist Children’s Homes & Family Ministries board of trustees made the announcement during a board meeting Sept. 27 at the Arkansas Baptist State Convention building in Little Rock. The vote, following much discussion, was unanimous. Beginning […]

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Back to School

July 30, 2018

Be part of our Back to School plans EVERY GIFT MAKES A DIFFERENCE A new school year is just around the corner. Perhaps the brown paper bag pictured above reminds you of a time when your mother was preparing for you to go back to school. You may only remember how she interrupted your summer […]

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Arkansas Baptist Children’s Homes Mother’s Day Offering

April 24, 2018

  Hope comes in many forms. Sometimes hope takes the form of a safe and secure home or a simple hug from a loved one. At other times, hope is a comfortable bed and three healthy meals a day. Unfortunately, many children, teens and single mothers in Arkansas find themselves in hopeless situations of life. […]

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March 7, 2018

Retired couple embrace role as foster parents When most people retire, they relax, travel, golf or spend time with grandchildren. But mere days after retiring from 30 years as owner of Trotter Electric Company in Fort Smith, Rick Millican signed up for diaper duty and sleepless nights. Rick and his wife, Jennifer, are now Arkansas […]

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