Mt. Dora Children’s Home

More upgrades coming this summer to single-parent housing A new member of the Single-Parent Program, Ashlee Gainey, and her daughter, Iris, recently moved into the first house on campus used by the Single-Parent Program to undergo renovation. Ashlee and Iris moved here this spring from Sarasota, after learning about the Single-Parent Program at their church. […]

Going Home!

A beautiful tradition that we have on the Carpenter Place campus is to ring our campus bell when a girl successfully her program and is ready to be reunited with her family. Over the past month, we have seen two of our girls complete our program at Carpenter Place and transition back home with their […]

Resource: Dixon Golf

Over the last several years I am aware that many of you hold annual golf scrambles and tournaments to raise money for your agency. I suggest watching this short video by “Dixon Golf” as a new opportunity for your tournament. There is no cost to you or your agency and it sounds like it could […]

Resilience Seminar

David Jordan with Agape; Dr. Michael Unger; Tiffany Day with Tennessee Department of Human Services; and Dr. Kenneth Robinson with United Way of the Mid-South Agape recently partnered with United Way of the Mid-South, The Urban Child Institute and Tennessee Department of Human Services to hold a “Resilience Seminar” for 160 providers and system/organizational leaders […]

Legacy of Hope–100th Anniversary Book

100th Anniversary Book Potter Children’s Home and Family Ministries $30 per book (Including shipping & handling) The legacy of hope left by Clinton & Mary Potter that their only child, Eldon Potter, would not be forgotten is documented in this 195 page book. Legacy of Hope chronicles God working through His people to serve children […]