Family is the Answer

It is our desire that abandoned or neglected children will find a home where they can experience the true love of God, to understand they were born with a purpose and intention, and to be set free to live out their destiny. By planting seeds of unconditional love in their hearts, the orphans of our times can become “new oaks”–firmly rooted in family and a contributing part of a community.

It Takes a Village

Beyond seeing more children adopted into a life of love and security; beyond seeing more families open their homes to modern day orphans; we want to see these adoptive families succeed by offering a community of support.

Those who live at the Father’s House will have a built-in support system by living on the same property with other adoptive and foster families. The Father’s House will also serve as a center for advocacy and support by providing training, support groups and activities to families in the greater community.

About New Oaks Community

We are a group of families united in heart to love children through foster care and adoption. Our support team consists of an advisory board, prayer warriors and several skilled professionals. We have joined together with companies, service groups, churches and individuals to bring restoration to both the home and the lives of children.

The Father’s House

It is an ambitious project to transform an historic property and former orphanage into a community for families who are committed to fostering and adopting children. A greater support system beyond the home will wrap around this community offering their skills, gifts, love and passion in support of these families and others wanting to foster and/or adopt.

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You Can

YOU CAN join those who are already helping us acquire and restore the property. You can give financially, help practically, or learn about how you can foster or adopt a child in need.

Resources

The process of beginning to foster or adopt a child can be intimidating – we are here to help! Please let us know how we might assist you.

We continue to meet many individuals and organizations committed to caring for the needs of children through foster care and adoption – below you will find links to their web sites.