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Martin's Hope

“Thanks Mama Jean for having me in His House. Thanks for the people who cared about me and who wanted me soo much! God Answered my prayers and yours!” -Martin Avery

 

Martin's Hope

Martin lived at His House for over six years, waiting patiently for a family he could call his own. Although at times it seemed like a distant promise, he continued to hope in God's word, which assures us that "He sets the lonely in families," Psalm 68:6. Last summer, while many mission groups from all over the country came to volunteer at our summer camp, a very special family became the answer to Martin's prayer. >more

Teen Sisters Get Adopted At Last!

Jackelynn and Julia Serrano met a wonderful Christian family when His House took them on a spring break trip to Williamsburg, VA in 2008. They had an instant connection with the family and after multiple foster home placements, the girls moved to Virginia to be fostered by this family in August of 2009.  His House saw them make great progress emotionally and academically.  In June of 2010, the girls were officially adopted and extremely excited  
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Teen Dominic, Gets Adopted!

Trisha and Sean, a young couple in their 30s, came to Miami in search of a baby to adopt. They visited His House and fell in love with a 15-year old. > more

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His House Children's Home will provide appropriate auxiliary aids, including qualified/certified American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters to persons with disabilities and qualified foreign-language interpreters to persons with Limited-English Proficiency (LEP) to allow such persons an equal opportunity to participate in or benefit from His House Children’s Home programs and services.  Requests for auxiliary aids and/or interpreters should be submitted no later than five (5) days prior to the scheduled event.

Photographs used in this website or publication are not necessarily children served by His House Children's Home. They are included for illustration purposes only. Names have been changed for confidentiality.

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