Thank you to all the churches and individuals who gave to our Annual Food Shower!Read More
We honor the memory of our founder Marie Francis Irish. We are so grateful for her life spent in service to children in need.Read More
Our houseparents love to garden. It stretches the household grocery budget.Read More
I was raised in the country and always had a sizeable family garden. The desire to plant and harvest is one that brings comfort and satisfaction. But ever since leaving the homestead, I have been a lousy “farmer.” My thumb is not green. I do not learn or research enough, water enough, plant in the right soil, fertilize enough (or at all), or prune enough. I drive by the yards, gardens, and fields of others and know that if it depended upon me, the world would be botanically challenged and most likely starving.
But there is another field I am dedicated to...
I am from Monrovia, Liberia and came to the U.S. at the age of ten. This was a huge blessing; it opened many opportunities like all the love and support that I need. I came to BCH when I was 11. Everything was rough; I felt like nothing good was going to come out of being away from my home for about seven years. I was wrong--Read More
It's just 19 days until our 35th annual Bike-a-thon! The Bike-a-thon raises funds to care for children in the US, India, Liberia, Myanmar, and Nepal. Our families are checking their bikes, going on practice rides, and asking friends to sponsor them in the event.Read More
Jake and Tracy have been BCH houseparents in St. Louis, Michigan for over a year. God has used their love for children in many different ways for much of Jake and Tracy’s lives until they felt His call to be houseparents. “It’s the most...Read More
My two-year old granddaughter reminded me that God said that it is not good for man to be alone. My wife and I have enjoyed the various stages of life. You have heard,Read More