"All the King's Horses, His women and men with the King put broken children together again."
All The King's Horses Children's Ranch
Work from Home. Please lift up the souls of the young people who the Lord brings to the Ranch; ask the Lord to impart peace to their minds and comfort to their little hearts along with their souls to meet and love Him; ask the Lord to impart divine wisdom and miraculous patience to the care givers. Praise Him for loving the fatherless and caring for our needs.
The Ranch has various special needs from time to time. Please ask the Father to meet these needs as they arise.
Location Benson, AZ
Posted: 2/12/20 - 11:42 am
All the King’s Horses Children’s Ranch is seeking couples who love children and feel called to a life serving Arizona’s children in need.
The Children’s Ranch is a non-profit ministry located on 90 acres in rural southeastern Arizona. Our family model group homes are closely situated on the property to allow all to work together in a team atmosphere to provide a safe, loving environment built on a Biblical foundation. We have been providing care to children ages 0-17 since 2011 and have served over 100 children in that time. Our most recent contract (April 1, 2019) with the State of Arizona also allows us to provide care for teen parents and their children. We are the only facility in Southeast Arizona contracted to take parents and their babies.
Provide a stable, caring home atmosphere built upon Biblical principles while working with a team to provide for the child's educational, medical, emotional, social and spiritual needs.
Help the “Ranch family” meet the regulations set forth by the state to protect the children in our care
Participate in weekly church service with the children
THIS IS A SALARIED POSITION
Fully paid living expenses - rent, utilities, & household budget (full-time only)
Each family decides at which local Christian church to worship.
Staff vehicles for transportation of children or mileage reimbursement
The opportunity to demonstrate the love of Jesus to children who may not have experienced love
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