|About||We are missionaries at a residential program/accredited school for teenage boys who are struggling called the Flying H Youth Ranch. See "About" below.|
We are missionaries at a residential program for teenage boys who are struggling, called the Flying H Youth Ranch. We work with other families here and we all live on property in separate homes. My husband's roles include teaching History, Bible, Art, Video Editing, Career Planning, and Computer Classes at the onsite school. He plan's many hikes, an annual rafting trip, and Priv. trips for the top ranked boys. He makes a video for each boy that graduates the program and videos to share with all the parents of that years events and day to day life. Each of the staff couples mentor one or two of the boys and are the main communication person for that boy's parents. My main role here is in my home, I believe the Lord has called me to make our home a refuge for my husband to come home and recharge so that he can do his best when he is working with the boys! I am a prayer warrior for him, the ministry, staff, boys, and their families. And, very importantly, I am a mother to our three young children and their homeschool teacher!
Our income comes from individuals, private business', and churches who wish to support us in this ministry.
We have the opportunity for one on one mentoring, training in work ethic, and teaching. Boys are ages 13-18, and attend the program for 1.5 to 2 years. One unique feature at this ranch is a low fee to parents, making it available to single parent families that wouldn’t otherwise have the means for this type of quality program. This is all made possible by financial gifts.
All donations are tax deductible, as the ranch is a 501c3 organization. We would love to tell you more and answer any questions you might have. We are enjoying looking forward to what God has in store! Thanks for reading, and for "Liking" our page!
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