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Article | Holidays >
This is an online shopping catalog with a twist: the item you purchase goes to someone in need in the United States or around the world.
Article | Missions >
The Hispanic Baptist Convention of Texas (Convencíon) partnered with Buckner International to build a new home for a family that has been working through a life transformation plan at the Buckner Family Hope Center in Peñitas, Texas.
Article | Cause >
The number of children and families crossing the border into the United States seeking refuge from danger in their home countries has caused a humanitarian crisis. This story follows one family.
Article | Inspiration >
Melody has come full circle from being a teen mother in the Buckner Family Place program to finding a job that lets her fulfill her life calling at a Buckner senior living community.
Article | Technology >
We are excited to announce the launch of the free Buckner Today app. Download now to read the latest stories of hope from Buckner's ministries in the U.S. and around the world.
Article | Family >
John and Sheryl Nauta's adoption journey was a harrowing one; they were one of the last families to complete an adoption from Russia before President Vladimir Putin signed a bill banning Americans from adopting Russian children.
Article | Missional >
If you want to make a difference in the lives of others this year, we’ve got you covered. Here are eight ways you can get involved with Buckner and help orphans, vulnerable children and families in 2013.
Article | Cause >
Veronica Castillo fled an abusive relationship and landed at Buckner Family Place in Midland, Texas, two years ago. In her words, she never takes for granted that "I'm safe..."
Article | Outreach >
Buckner Westminster Place residents decided to use their crafty creativity to bring hope to children staying at the Hiway 80 Rescue Mission shelter.
Article | Outreach >
The Wolverines Motorcycle Club - far from being "bad to the bone" - channeled their inner child at a Dallas back-to-school bash while distributing school supplies and backpacks to low-income families.