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Annual Report 2022
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Annual Report 2022

As I reflect on the previous year, I am struck by God’s generosity to further advance the mission He has entrusted to Eagle Ranch. As you’ve seen in this report, the challenges for children and families continue to intensify. Thankfully, this is not the end of the story. My family and I responded to God’s…

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Lilly

Lilly

When do you have a difficult conversation with your child? When they’re young and perhaps won’t understand? Do you wait until they’re older and may blame you for not telling them sooner? This was the dilemma faced by Jason and Christy Fitzwater with their daughter, Lilly. When Lilly was an infant, her birth mother passed…

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Wesley

Wesley

“It was like a war every day in our house,” reflected Wesley, 11, as he recounted what life was like before the Ranch. His parents, Nick and Stephanie, nodded in response. “The word divorce had been thrown around a few times,” said Stephanie. “Home was chaos. There were arguments that would escalate into us having…

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Gavin
Success Stories

Gavin

The lack of stability and structure in Gavin’s life, in conjunction with broken family relationships, left Gavin facing a whirlwind of emotions he was unable to process. The result? Gavin reacted in anger toward his peers, teachers, and those closest to him—especially his mother. “My dad has been absent from my life for a while…

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Winter 2022

Something about a new year and turning to a new calendar continues to give me a feeling of freshness and potential. I can’t help but think about the opportunities available to the children at the Ranch for restoration and renewal, both personally and within their families. Thankfully, we worship the God who makes “all things…

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Holiday 2021
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Holiday 2021

Wishes from our children this holiday season: Reuniting Family • Gavin, 12 “If I could have one Christmas wish, it would be to see my family reunited again. There would be more people around. Christmas would be a lot more crowded, with happiness running through the air. We could have new experiences and have family…

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