In 2018, Florida Baptist Children’s Homes impacted 249,044 children and families through services provided.

Last year, because of financial gifts made to our ministry, we met urgent needs of precious children and introduced them to the life-changing love of Christ. Help a child DREAM BIG this year.

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Children’s Stories

Helping a child DREAM BIG is crucial to changing the life of One More Child. Every single gift has immense potential to provide hope and healing.

“Now to him who is able to do immeasurable more than all we ask or imagine…”
Ephesians 3:20 (NIV)


At 7 years old, Johnny* and dreamed about being with his sister.

Heartbroken by Johnny’s sadness, the Williams requested a visitation take place immediately between the siblings. The Williams, with space to spare in their home and Jasmine to be reunited.

The Williams labored tirelessly for the siblings, constantly communicating with case managers and over. Johnny repeatedly told Jasmine, “I’m never letting go again!”

Johnny, once filled with anguish and Christ-filled home.


At 44 days old and sustain a sufficient body temperature. Carlos’ circumstances were so grave that even a doctor at the center found himself shaking his head in concern.

More than 3,500 miles away, unknowingly, three young women from Boston boarded a flight for the Malnutrition Center with bags packed full of supplies like special formula for premature babies. One of the women, Felicia*, was a clinical advisor with extensive experience with premature babies. Twenty-four hours later, the team attended orientation. Carlos’ grave situation was explained to the team for the first time. When group assignments were determined, Felicia was assigned to Carlos’ group.

Approximately five days after Carlos’ arrival, hope emerged in his solemn situation.

A few ounces at a time, Carlos gained weight, grew in strength and every prayer mattered in the most critical moments of Carlos’ life.

Although Carlos’ future looked hopeless, his dire need was met in the name of Jesus Christ by people and through resources that gave him the opportunity to dream big!


With phone and money for a one-way airline ticket from Tampa to another country.

As Robin drove to the airport, anti-trafficking staff members received a telephone call from a victim advocate who explained Robin’s situation. With the help of several agencies, Robin was detained at the airport and prohibited from boarding the plane.

Robin began the healing process, shared more about the incident and awareness. Robin recognized that she was in the process of being trafficked, but in her heart, she didn’t want to believe it because the older man (the trafficker) said, “I love you.”

Because of training, awareness and community shelters, Robin was rescued from the heinous crime of trafficking.

Incredible stories of intervention like this are only possible because of the gifts of monthly supporters, generous donors and compassionate volunteers to fight against the horrific sex trafficking industry.

*Names have been changed for confidentiality reasons.



More Than


of children lived in single-parent families in 2015. (2017 KIDS COUNT Data Book)
More Than


children in foster care in the United States in 2016, 10,000 more than the year before. (The AFCARS Report, 2017)
More Than


children worldwide died before their fifth birthday in 2016. (UNICEF, 2017)




in the U.S. for most reported cases of sex trafficking in 2016. (National Human Trafficking Resource Center, 2017)’


children per month in Florida are part of investigations of abuse, abandonment or neglect. (Florida DCF, 2017)


of children in Florida struggle with hunger. (Feeding America, 2017)


children removed from their homes because of crises, abuse, abandonment or neglect by the end of last year. (Florida DCF, 2017)

How FBCH utilized your gift to change the lives of children and families in need in 2018:

We impacted 249,044 children and volunteering.

We served 7,429,360 million meals domestically and internationally.

We provided the equivalent of 226,078 days of childcare to children in Florida.

Our Sanctity of Human Life ministry impacted 4,417 lives through education efforts and sharing life-saving messages to advocate for unborn children.

118 women and develop the skills needed to be self-sufficient.

Together, resolve to give your best gift to change the lives of One More Child in 2018!

  • Start an Orphan Care Ministry in your church to wrap around foster families, support adoptive parents, feed disadvantaged children, mentor single moms and more.
  • Go on a domestic or international mission trip and encourage church members to sponsor children around the world.
  • Share our videos and social media posts with your church members to keep them connected to the mission of helping One More Child!

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