Join us for our Restore Walk this fall. The goal of the Restore Walk is to raise funds to renovate the 'Emmanuel Home', the future home of healing and hope for hurting birth mothers who place their child for adoption through Christian Adoption Services, a ministry of BCH.
TREKING ACROSS NC TO RESTORE HOPE
Help us raise $75,000 as our dear friend and hiker, Win McCullough, treks across NC for five weeks beginning on October 1st bringing awareness to the many ministries of Baptist Children’s Homes of NC (BCH) and the 'Emmanuel Home'.
This 600-mile trek will begin in Caswell, NC and will make stops at various BCH campuses across the state. The entire journey can be followed via the links below.
The walk will culminate as Win finishes his trek with a dedication service at the site of the 'Emmanuel Home' as we celebrate all that God is certain to do through this ministry.
Please join us for refreshments and a home dedication on:
November 6, 2021 at 1OAM
417 West Main Street
Thomasville, NC 27360
Win & Eliza McCullough pictured above in front of the 'Emmanuel Home' prior to renovation.
Platinum Sponsor: $5,000
Gold Sponsor: $2,500
Silver Sponsor: $1,000
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The 'Emmanuel Home' will open in 2022 as a fully staffed, care-house where birth mothers can live post-placement as they work through grief, learn coping mechanisms, explore basic life skills, grow spiritually, work a job in the community, receive counseling from social workers, and further their education - all in the context of a safe and nurturing Christian home.
This home, which is located in the quaint town of Thomasville, NC, will house up to five women (free of charge) for approximately 10 months each as they work through the program. Women will come from all over NC to the ‘Emmanuel Home’. Though 'Emmanuel Home' was gifted to CAS, it is in dire need of restoration to bring it to a place where it can be properly used to restore women’s lives.
*Pictured to the right is the pre-renovation 'Emmanuel Home'.