Communications

Changing routines due to COVID-19

As mental and behavioral health providers, our operations remain open, and we are focused more than ever on helping people experience their worth in Christ. As you can imagine, this is an anxious time for kids. Here’s what’s happening in our children’s residential center as routines are changing due to the restrictions of COVID-19.

A letter of encouragement

Dear church partners, I would like to start right away with my desired purpose for this letter. In the midst of one of the most uncertain times in our lives, I want to instill hope, calm, and peace in each of you, our cherished church partners. I wish I could sit down with each of you, and allay your concerns and fears. But in reality, I can’t instill those qualities. I can only model and point to the One Who instills those qualities in me, Jesus Christ.

Frontline workers caring for others

As Christian Children’s Home of Ohio (CCHO) and our family of ministries remain open during this uncharted time, our staff are among the frontline workers caring for others.

Heart for the Home Cancelled

Heart for the Home Cancelled

In response to the latest updates on the Coronavirus, as well as recommendations made by federal and state officials, we have decided to cancel the Heart for the Home event previously scheduled for this Saturday, March 14. As much as we desire to celebrate all that God is doing here at CCHO and our family of ministries with you and other faithful supporters this weekend, we also desire to be good neighbors and responsible citizens.

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End-of-year giving tips

End-of-year giving tips

End-of-year gifts help even more kids and families experience their worth in Christ. Your donations create environments for individuals to feel safe and receive help to make positive changes in their lives. To make your gift count towards tax-year 2019, here are some tips to keep in mind.

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Baptism joy (Story 25 of 50)

Baptism joy (Story 25 of 50)

That was the first time I saw Brent cry. He regretted that he would leave CCHO without being baptized. Then his peer spoke up, “That’s no problem. You’ll just get baptized with me!”

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2018 Donor Impact Report: A season of growth

2018 Donor Impact Report: A season of growth

As we embark on our 50th year of ministry in 2019, we also would like to reflect back on our previous fiscal year. As you’ll see in our 2018 Donor Impact Report, we could not have done any of this without the incredible support of people like you!

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