A new partnership between the Greensboro-based Awestruck Worship band and Baptist Children's Homes has everyone excited. Awestruck Worship released a new single digitally on iTunes and Amazon on March 19th to support BCH. The goal of 10,000 downloads will help purchase 30 bed sponsorships. The single is available NOW for $.99. To purchase visit iTunes or Amazon.... more
HopeFest is a brand new “grass roots” event bringing together popular Christian musicians, churches, community businesses, and other friends to benefit the boys and girls living at Baptist Children’s Homes of North Carolina’s (BCH) Cameron Boys Camp and Camp Duncan. The catalyst for the May 25th festival, an event that is becoming large in scope, was the simple reconnection of two friends.... more
This April, your church, business or civic organization can make a difference by collecting $350,000 in food and items for hundreds of boys and girls in Baptist Children's Homes' care. Through the "Food Roundup," you not only help provide more than 700,000 meals to hurting children...you show them God's love. Click on www.bchfamily.org/foodroundup to download a list of this year's needed items, promotional art, and statewide collection points list.... more
Brittany and Ruthie lived without the necessities of food, running water and electricity. Their parents' lifestyle took precedence and put the sisters at risk. But they have new hope at BCH.
"I was afraid living at home. My life would be a lot different if I weren't here," shares fourteen-year-old Brittany. ... more