Vision: To care for the orphaned and the fatherless in meeting their physical, emotional, behavioral, and spiritual needs by providing a family home environment which trains them up in the knowledge and Love of God.
To enrich the lives of children and develop character through learning and living by creating a stable and loving home environment and by having the community in which they live participate in their general development.
Under His Wings was designed to look at the lives of each individual child and prayerfully consider their needs and strengths within the family unit and provide for them in a way to promote healthy growth into mature, productive adults.
UHW was also created to help other foster/adoptive families and single parent families to become better equipped to care for their children.
Although my father and my mother have forsaken me, yet the Lord will take me up [adopt me as His child].
Goals: To acquire property and housing to accommodate our ministry in a greater capacity. Our home is a mission outreach for children to live and learn and play without hindrance or fear.
We would like to provide permanency for more children, take temporary placements and provide respite care for other foster/adoptive/single parent families. This will help these families have a safe place for their children while they work, need a break, or are in transitioning period.
We have a community center in our dream goals with a complete library filled with a variety of resources and tools for families who have children with special needs.
Additionally, we will have a suite for traveling families who are coming through our area and need a place to stay while receiving their newest additions to their families through adoption.
Another goal is to raise up, provide for, and shepherd over other homes for orphaned children in our community and in other nations. These will be homes where the children will have permanency-a forever family; free from fear or hindrance to their growth. Placing widows as mothers to orphans and having the community in which they live become the father to the fatherless.
We are praying, asking, and believing the Lord to send those who can see the vision and prayerfully consider how they might partner with us in bringing this vision to its fullest potential.
Family Care Home Highlights
spiritual training, and participates in weekly church and community activities.
We believe that every child deserves a stable, and loving home environment in which they can live, grow, and learn.
April 2014 Newsletter
As the warmer weather arrives and we start on our breaks for spring, it is inevitable that we might have some unscheduled, unplanned, and maybe even uninvited events happening. Especially, if we have children at home! Schedules change. Days are longer. More meals and activities to plan. Don't allow the extra time to be burdensome. There is no need to be overwhelmed or to grow weary. Seek the Lord early and roll your works over on to Him so your plans will succeed. You will be thankful you did, and so will your children.
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February 2014 Newsletter
Every person I know is believing the Lord for an answered prayer, a healing, a financial breakthrough, food on the table, a loved one's salvation, a friend, a miracle of some sort. Sometimes its a much larger miracle needed, but even so, God can, and wants to, make a way. Often times the miracles are very doable and can be found right within the community of people in which we fellowship. Read More...Click here
January 2014 Newsletter
That being said we are to live each day to the fullest trusting in the Father to be right in it with us. 2013 has ended our tenth year as a non profit and honestly this year with all its uncertainties, we considered whether we would continue on. It has been a year of prayer, reflection, and of seeking understanding from the Lord what He would have for UHW as an organization and for us as a family. Here is what we know;
1. Every day brings its challenges & trials, and yet with every day comes truth, blessing, and victories. Click here to read more.