An Alumni Remembers How The Children’s Home Helped Her

Posted on August 22, 2023

In 1964, Lyndon Johnson was president and it would be the following year before the first U.S. combat troops would enter Vietnam. Bread was .22 a loaf and gasoline was .30 a gallon. Major happenings in 1964 included: The Beatles appeared on Ed Sullivan, their first live television performance in the U.S. Muhammad Ali beat

Finding Their Inner Courage

Posted on July 21, 2023

One of the more popular activities on Enterprise campus of the Children’s Home is the high ropes course, complete with zip line. The youth participate in the high ropes course under the supervision of our trained and certified staff, and all the necessary precautions are taken to ensure a safe experience. But that doesn’t stop

Cycling For The Children

Posted on June 13, 2023

This article was written by Wendy Wright, a congregant of Lake Deaton United Methodist Church in Wildwood, FL. She wrote this after speaking with guests at our Day On Campus event, and to explain her motivation to complete her Bike Across Kansas cycling trip to raise money in support of the children.   “Give me

Putting Others First

Posted on November 01, 2022

Most youth look forward to a teacher workday as a day off from school and a time when they can play video games or sleep late. The youth at the Children’s Home have a different idea for how to spend these free days. They see it as an opportunity to serve others and give back