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.
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 Heart for Children
At 92 years old, Martha Wiebe is one of Gracewood’s most dedicated volunteers, doing all she can for the ministry – from making sure that cookies are provided to donating her car for a Gracewood mother.

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.
Raising the Bar
Silvia Deloitte and her son, Alex, are pictures of success. “When I came to Gracewood, I had a 2.53 GPA and I ended up graduating in the top 15 percent of my class, magna cum laude,” said Silvia. “Gracewood saw my talent, cultivated my drive and believed in me.”
Just a Little Time
Although a single mom, Mary Halliburton no longer struggles with the ongoing financial stress that comes with raising a child on her own. 

Get Up, Dust Off, Keep Going
Hope Latin is a testament to Gracewood’s mission to invest in single mothers for the long haul, giving them the time needed to truly develop and achieve the tools for success not only for themselves but for a future generation.

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