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We are Holly & Toby Turner, supporting and loving on 8 kids

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Who We Are. Our Mission.

Faith Hope Family was created as a non-profit organization to provide a loving, God-centered home for children whose parents are unwilling or unable to care for them. God has led these parents to Toby and Holly Turner without the need of a "formal organization."

The biological parents knew they were not able to provide a stable environment for their children and called the Turners to care for these babies.

The Turners do not want to accept any state or Federal funding, so the children placed with them have a loving family environment and are not removed with little to no notice.

The children know the Turner family as their own family and know they are loved.

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The children at Faith Hope Family Home are growing so fast! They LOVE to play outside…running, climbing, swinging. They need a play set along with a fence around the play area to keep them out of the street and the woods. Will you help purchase fence materials and a playset for them for Christmas? You know they will have so much fun outside. Here is where you can donate: https://www.gofundme.com/fhfChristmas Let’s make this Christmas great for these children!!

A wonderful friend of Faith Hope Family Ministry wants to make Christmas 2016 very special for the children. Please watch her video and then read the list of the children’s needs and wishes: Faith Hope Family Kiddos Christmas Wishes and Needs List – 2016 QUADE- Age 17 Wishes Supplies for his 1996 Ford Bronco–rubber floor mats, cleaners, air freshener Ball Caps – trucker style Cowboy boots – Size 11 men’s Christian Devotions or Books Socks – Nike Elite Cologne Wallet Belt … read more

We struggle!  Is that an issue with you?  It is with us. Recently, we have been struggling with potty training a three-year-old and a two-year-old—one female, one male—with different personalities who won’t go until the other one; and we only have one potty chair. We have been back and forth in conversation with a mother about her newborn son who desperately needs a home.  We have also received three phone calls about more babies needing a home. We are almost … read more