Home on the Range Ministries International, Inc.
Rating: 5 stars 4 4 reviews
PO Box 211083 West Palm Beach FL 33421 USA
James 1:27 "Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this; to look after orphans and widows in their distress..." The ministry of Home on The Range was founded in 1997 and has been the vision of the founder since 1990. Our board of Trustees is an international board with members from Canada, Scotland, Puerto Rico, Bahamas, and USA.Traveling throughout the world, while ministering and evangelizing through productions, we have witnessed the helpless children living under porches of the local stores and begging for food. Homeless, hungry and helpless we at Home On The Range seek to bring them hope.We can provide permanent homes for children like this in our own back yard and around the world.The founders have personally taken into their home on several occasions, destitute widows who had nowhere else to go. Helping these widows get back on their feet and giving them hope, they saw a great need. We believe through the mentorship of the widows, they can offer much to the children. Both groups can be served at the same time, while having a productive and wonderful life. We are continually conducting fundraisers to purchase our first farm. We plan to have "family farms" in different states as well as international. It is our desire at Home On The Range to bring hope to these helpless children, giving them a safe and loving place to call home. We believe the nurturing by widows of the homeless children coming to live at Home On The Range, is a perfect match. Each has so much to offer the other.There will be farm animals raised on these farms and fields planted, where we plan to grow a lot of our own food. Everyone will be responsible for helping to take of the farm."Home on The Range where there is always hope."
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I traveled to Catacamas, Honduras with Home on the Range Ministries. Very organized, very connected with the community. We worked on building the orhanage as well as community work at the medical center. In the evenings we worked with the local schools and young children. An unbelievable experience, we have a group of 30 returning again in June. Teresa Butler is doing an awesome job leading this organization.
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Friendliness and faithfulness
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Were awesome and very helpful
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
Honduras is the 3rd poorest country in the world and number 1 in homeless children. They could help and secure some futures for these children
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