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Chapman Family Miracle: An Update on Fahlin

October 16, 2015

October 13, 2015 is an anniversary I won’t soon forget. Steven and I celebrated 31 years of marriage and it was spent in the waiting room of the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt. Some of you may know that a little miracle landed in our family about eight months ago via adoption. My […]

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World Cerebral Palsy Day

October 7, 2015

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Experience Hope

October 2, 2015

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Care Centers Spotlight: John

August 24, 2015

John was admitted to Maria’s Big House of Hope on the day he was born. He was diagnosed with gastrointestinal malformations and has since undergone multiple surgeries. We have loved watching him grow into the sweet and spunky four-year-old that he is! Pre-school has become one of John’s favorite activities. He knows when it’s time […]

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August Prayer Focus: Stacy

August 3, 2015

Stacy is a sweet little girl who was admitted to Maria’s Big House of Hope when she was two months old. She’ll be celebrating her first birthday this October! Stacy loves to be held and cuddled and especially lights up when her nanny kisses her face. It is such a joy to watch her and her nanny babble back and […]

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Building Updates at Maria’s Big House of Hope

July 29, 2015

Over the next few months, there will be some new and exciting things happening at Maria’s Big House of Hope (MBHOH)! In an effort to maintain and continue to improve the level of care provided to children at MBHOH, we are partnering with the Children’s Welfare Institute (CWI) in Luoyang to update our facility. This […]

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Meet Bailey at Maria’s Big House of Hope!

July 21, 2015

Milestones and birthdays are always such a fun cause for celebration! Here at Maria’s Big House of Hope, a sweet kiddo named Bailey will be celebrating his 4th birthday this month. He was born with Crouzon syndrome, which is a premature fusion of the skull bones. He was admitted when he was one month old and […]

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Care Centers Spotlight: Issachar

July 13, 2015

  In the summer of 2014, a little boy named Issachar was admitted to Maria’s Big House of Hope (Show Hope’s flagship Care Center in the Henan province of China). Upon his arrival, he was diagnosed with arthrogryposis, a condition that limits the range of motion in his joints. Despite being in a new place and surrounded by […]