Brian & Julie Davis

Brian & Julie Davis

Orient, OH

Our heart for orphans began early in our marriage, and that came to fruition with the adoption of Corinne from China in 2013. Shortly after Corinne came home, our son Carter was diagnosed with leukemia. Future adoption plans were placed on hold while Carter completed three years of chemotherapy. In 2017, we brought home three precious siblings (ages 11, 8, and 6) from Colombia. Though our current adoption has taken some crazy and unexpected turns, we are so excited to bring our little guy home in the next couple months!

Our heart for orphans began early in our marriage, and that came to fruition with the adoption of Corinne from China in 2013. Shortly after Corinne came home, our son Carter was diagnosed with leukemia. Future adoption plans were placed on hold while Carter completed three years of chemotherapy. In 2017, we brought home three precious siblings (ages 11, 8, and 6) from Colombia. Though our current adoption has taken some crazy and unexpected turns, we are so excited to bring our little guy home in the next couple months!

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Little Brother

Orphan Colombia

We are excited to announce that we have proceeded with a precious five year old boy! We're anxious to get him home as soon as possible and hope to travel in the next 2 months.

Ms. Kay

Widow Mt. Sterling

Kay Russell is the widow of Terry Russell. Rev. Russell was a pastor for 38 years. He served as an associate pastor for many years, and was a lead pastor for 20 years. He served here in Mt. Sterling for 13.5 years. In 2009, he died as a result of melanoma. His wife, Kay, always served by his side. She continues to live just outside of Mt. Sterling. Their only son, Mark, now serves at a church in Illinois. With no husband or children living nearby, we are so excited to serve and partner with Kay.

Our Both Hands Project

Project November 10, 2018

A team of volunteers is completing a service project of fixing up a widow's home. We are raising sponsorship for our day of service. The funds raised will help an orphan to become adopted into a forever family. Will you sponsor us?

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P.O. Box 2713
Brentwood, TN 37024
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Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress...

James 1:27 (NIV)

Both Hands. One for the widow. One for the orphan.

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Orphans Closer to Home

$9.6 Million

Dollars Raised

916

Widows Served

830

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