Building a Better Home
After 10 years of marriage, Kristhel Garza found herself abandoned and a single mother to four children. She came to Gracewood to build a better home and future for her children.
An Unexpected Difference
Pamela Netter’s journey to Gracewood is unique evidence of how God can work in a family’s life when it is least expected.
 Full Circle
Three years ago, Kellye was looking for a community service project for her daughter and a friend so they could complete their Girls Scout Bronze Award. It led to a blessing for Gracewood mothers.
A New Generation of Servants
Fort Bend Christian Academy is committed to training servants through their beloved Eagle Week. Year after year, the students and faculty of Fort Bend dedicate the week before Spring Break to missions, both local and abroad.
All Smiles
When life becomes focused on day-to-day survival, things that were once considered necessities – such as dental work – turn into luxuries. This was true for Gracewood moms Danise and Ariel.
Never Too Young
After listening to constant requests to go “do stuff,” complaints of “I’m bored” and excessive video game playing, Amy and Robert Hayhurst decided that they wanted to fill their son’s summer with something constructive.
Overcoming Obstacles
When Rachel Bromley came to Gracewood, it was the end of a long road that included a broken marriage, temporary separation from her daughters, and moving 500 miles back home from rural Oklahoma to Houston.
A Song for Life
Regina Hearne spent her childhood and teenage years dreaming of performing professionally. Blessed with an amazing voice and superb acting skills, Regina chased that dream into college and into parenthood.
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