The Lighthouse Ranch provides loving homes for foster children that are referred and administered by the Tennessee Baptist Children's Homes. The homes are very large and the goal is to provide a home that will accommodate multiple siblings.
Siblings in foster care are often separated into different foster homes and sometimes permanently separated through adoption. The vision is to provide long-term homes for children in foster care if children are unable to be reunited with their family, and to adopt if available.
Jason and Amy Harrington, along with son, Isaiah, continue to make Lighthouse Ranch their home. The North Dakota family joined our ministry almost a year ago and have proven themselves to be great assets. Along with serving in all parts of the camp and widows ministries, the Harringtons are meeting the challenges of providing a loving, disciplined and structured home for children in need.
Children that enter our Ranch homes have generally had little structure in their lives and it can be a real challenge to deal with rebellious attitudes concerning respect for authority. We are so thankful for the Harringtons as they provide loving, Christ-like guidance and structure in the lives of the
children in their home.