Bikers bring Christmas joy to children
Bikers in Eastern NC and Central NC kick off the Christmas season for children each year. On November 26, Temple Church and Law Tigers Motorcycle Lawyers brought together the 31st annual Bikers Toy Run for Kennedy Home in Kinston. The Randolph County Concerned Bikers in cooperation with Cox’s Harley-Davidson organized their 37th annual ride to Mills Home on December 3. Both groups raised thousands of dollars and provided hundreds of presents.
EVERY CHILD family adopts sisters
The Moncada family celebrated adopting three sisters through the EVERY CHILD initiative.
Canipe family bless special adults
Jeremy and Robin Canipe, friends of BCH’s children and special adults, provided lunch and gifts that they had collected for each resident living at Joy Cove in Zionville.
Camps host friends for Thanksgiving
Cameron Boys Camp and Camp Duncan for girls hosted friends and supporters at their respective sites. Also known as “Turkey in the Hole”, the boys and girls, at their own camp locations, literally dig huge holes, bury the tin- foil wrapped turkeys in the ground, collect the wood and create a huge bonfire that cooks the turkeys to perfection. The events offer a unique opportunity for friends to see BCH’s 24/7 year-round wilderness ministry.
Boys help decorate cottage tree
Broyhill Home boys help cottage parent Mr. Will get the tree ready for decorating.
Youth bless Laura’s Homes in Shelby
Youth from Adaville Baptist Church served at
BCH’s Laura’s Homes tackling work projects.
Party remembers Chuck Sutton
Organized by Cape Carteret Baptist, the party is a day of holiday joy at Broyhill Home in Clyde. It is in memory of Chuck Sutton, the church member who first began the party.