Alabama Baptist Children's Homes & Family Ministries

Alabama Baptist Children's Homes & Family Ministries
Alabama Baptist Children's Homes & Family Ministries is listed in the Homes Skilled Nursing Care Facilities category in Decatur, Alabama. Displayed below are the social networks for Alabama Baptist Children's Homes & Family Ministries which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Alabama Baptist Children's Homes & Family Ministries on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 88.

Contact information for Alabama Baptist Children's Homes & Family Ministries is:
1404 16th Ave SE
Decatur, AL 35601
(256) 355-6893
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Today as a part of Volunteer Appreciation Week, we want to celebrate some volunteers from Decatur. Chief Operations Officer, North Alabama, Michael Smith says, "I am so grateful for the many years of support by the churches of the Winston Baptist Association. The association and its churches have made loving the children in our care a priority. The food they gather and deliver every year takes dozens of hours of labor and love. It is amazing to see what the cooperative efforts of these churches can accomplish!" *Pictured: Volunteers from the Winston Baptist Association dropping off items from their latest food drive at our campus in Decatur.

This week is Volunteer Appreciation Week, and we can't help but recognize some of our volunteers who give their time and talents to enrich the lives of our children and families in care all across Alabama! Today, we want to recognize one of our volunteers in Birmingham. Birmingham Director of Social Services, Elise Vincent, says,"We want to say a huge thank you to Lauren Woodard, a dedicated volunteer within our Birmingham office. Lauren served as the marketing and development intern for ABCH on her campus at Samford University. She has donated multiple items on our needs list over the years. She became a trained volunteer through the WRAP ministry at The Church at Brook Hills and has been able to babysit for several foster families. The biggest blessing Lauren provided to us was when she gave up an entire weekend and stayed at the hospital with one of our foster babies to give the foster parents and his social worker time to catch up on their sleep. From all of us here in the Birmingham office: THANK YOU, LAUREN! Thank you for actively serving our families and loving our foster kids."

YOU can help us provide for children and families. See what it takes to minister to these families here:

We are moving on up to our 2017 annual offering goal! If you would like to learn more about what it takes financially to provide for our children and families in care, we have some great information listed on our website. We can't do what we do without you!
Our ABCH annual offering goal for 2017 is $2.6 million, and we believe we can meet that goal with your help! With your partnership, you help us provide the best care we can for children and families, for the sake of the Gospel. (Please see the chart at the bottom of the page for a breakdown of the c...

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Last Sunday on Easter, a church in Mobile wore something a little unusual for their "Easter Sunday best." Instead of wearing new dresses or suits, they decided to wear our HOME t-shirts to spread awareness for our ministry! Jeri Morley from Government Street Baptist Church says, "Last year a friend told us about Forget the Frock! She and her family were actually in the process of becoming foster parents. Our Children's Pastor's sister was fostering at the time too and it put things into perspective for us . . . This year when it came time to do the shirts again, we thought, 'Why not do them for the children in our very own state, be a part of something bigger and teach our own kids to be thankful for everything we have and think of others first?' We are praying for the children and families that were not together [on Easter], praying for the people that step out of their comfort zone and take these children in, and we are thankful for you guys and all that you do!"

"'Mommy Wars' are nothing new to our current society. They are birthed out of the traps of comparison and have been around for ages. The reality is that all parents have different life stages, circumstances, and situations that dictate what they can and cannot do as a parent . . ." In this new article from Pathways Clinical Director of Marriage and Family Lisa Keane, she encourages moms in their journey of parenthood in the midst of so many opinions and critiques of others. Moms, beat the game of comparison with the truths in this article!
I have never been more keenly aware of other people’s opinions until I became pregnant with my first child. A simple grocery-shopping trip would lead to people giving all sorts of unsolicited advice: “You don’t want to eat that being pregnant,” or, “You know if you eat all those strawberries, your c...

Beat the comparison game of momhood with this new article from Clinical Director of Marriage & Family, Lisa Keane:

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