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Afternoon with the Stars

Time is running out. Call now! Tickets are still available for an "Afternoon with the Stars". Clay Cooper, one of Branson's biggest stars, has graciously donated his theater for the event being held Saturday April 26, from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM. Don't miss this opportunity enjoy a variety of Branson's best entertainers while supporting the ministries of Missouri Baptist Children's Home.

Tickets are $35 each. Call Cindy Roberts at 800-264-6224 extension 304. For more information on Afternoon with the Stars and to see a list of entertainers click here.

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month

The theme for this year's National Child Abuse Prevention Month is "Making Meaningful Connections." When we make meaningful connections with the children, youth, and families in our communities, we can help parents build the knowledge and skills and access the resources necessary to raise happy and healthy children. Everyone can play a role in preventing child abuse and neglect and promoting child and family well-being.

Follow the link below to find out more about preventing child abuse. and promoting family health.

https://www.childwelfare.gov/preventing/preventionmonth/

Kansas City Regional Office Has Moved

Our Kansas City offices moved to Wornall Road Baptist Church where The LIGHT House administrative office is located.  We are looking forward to being housed together with our affiliate, and we are hoping that this closeness will bring many benefits to both agencies.  Our phone numbers are the same and this is our new mailing address:
MBCH Children and Family Ministries
P.O. Box 22787
Kansas City, MO 64113

 

Foster Care

Foster Care Home

Foster Care provides a temporary home for children who are unable to live in their biological parent's home. Foster parents provide a safe home and place for children to heal until they are either reunited with their birth family or an adoptive home is found. Read More

Children Available for Adoption

There are hundreds of foster children in Missouri who are waiting for a forever family. The photos listed on this page are some of those whose care is managed by MBCH Children and Family Ministries. Read More

Eligibility Guidelines

In order to qualify as a foster or adoptive parent through MBCH Children and Family Ministries for special needs children you must: Be 21 years old or older Be a professing Christian and active in an evangelical Christian church If married, must have a stable marriage Be in good physical and emotional health and able to handle the everyday responsibilities of child rearing Successfully complete pre-service training Read More

Frequently Asked Questions

Q1: How long will the licensing process take? Actually, there is no set answer for this. Read More

Relative and Kinship Care

Many times when a child's biological parents are unable to provide appropriate care for them, a relative (someone with a relationship through blood or marriage to the child) or kin (someone with a significant prior relationship with the child) will become the placement of choice for that child. Relative/kinship families are required to meet some of the same training and licensing standards as other foster families.Read More

Special Needs

MBCH Children and Family Ministries is committed to finding families for children who need care outside their own homes. Children now entering out-of-home care need special help and understanding because they may have experienced the pain of physical abuse, sexual abuse and/or neglect. Read More

State Custody Adoption

When a child cannot be placed with their biological parents or a relative, adoptive parents are needed for the child to have a legally permanent home. Adoptive parents assume all responsibility for the child as if he/she was born to them. Read More

 
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