Stories About the People You Help
Yvette Nunez never thought of herself as a handy person, but after years of trying to “fix” dysfunctional relationships, emotional hang ups, and her family’s future, she’s well acquainted with repairing and healing brokenness.
Joe, Autum and Kaylene came to the Campus Life Program just over two years ago. Everyone who met them described them as “cute.” But beneath that veneer were anxieties and burdens from past family changes and an unknown future.
Consistent, Positive HOPE
On a typical Thursday afternoon after school at The Townhomes at Double Creek in Round Rock, the clubhouse is full of high-pitched laughter and conversations about everything from cute boys to glittery nail polish.
Surviving for Samantha
Dressed in a pink Dora princess dress with a matching tiara teetering on her head, Savannah looks like a typical 3-year-old girl. But to her mother, Elizabeth, she is much more.
Pieces of the Puzzle
Elisa Morales is like most single mothers. She works full time but spends virtually every free moment with her three teenage daughters, ferrying them to orchestra, marching band, theater, choir and athletics events. But in many ways Elisa Morales is not like most single mothers.
A Shared Bond
It’s a tradition unlike any other – the biennial Alumni Reunion of hundreds of former Texas Baptist Children’s Home residents and staff, held in the even-numbered years on the Round Rock campus.
Back to School
Many children are looking forward to the new school year, but there are too many children who look at school as something to be endured, not enjoyed.
Help us ensure that all the children in care at STARRY and TBCH receive their very own backpacks and school supplies for the new school year!
Making the Grade
Of the many young children who come to TBCH, few have known success in the classroom.
Finfrock Family Mission Trip
When deciding where to go on her graduation trip, Jessica Finfrock wanted to leave something behind and make a difference, whild still having fun with her family.
KIDS Helping KIDS: Commissary Campaign
Seeing Things Differently
Imagine for a second that you are a preteen girl. Now imagine seeing the world through severely crossed eyes and being a target for bullying and abuse.
Faith by the Vanload
Making a Way
Wanting It and Getting It
End-of-Year Giving Opportunities
Aftercare Christmas Store
New Rite of Fall
Journey of a (Second) Lifetime
Connecting the Caring
No Place Like Home
A Different Kind of Family Tree
Reading Program Going to the Dogs
The Music in Him
TBCH Welcomes Summer Missionaries
Mission with Meaning
TBCH ZOI Easter Egg Hunt
Photos from Golf Marathon 2011