A perfect way to help us save lives, two at a time, is to purchase our beautiful 2nd edition cookbook! It is a spiral, hardcover book with an attractive cover and design. It is only $20.00 and proceeds support young women in a crisis pregnancy. This is a perfect gift to give this year! Click here to purchase one for yourself or as a gift.
If you or someone you know is interested in being a part of our Women's Auxiliary please contact Katy at 954-905-5135. Our Auxiliary has a wonderful time meeting one morning a month for breakfast and coffee. We plan events for the ministry, brainstorm ways to raise funds and awareness, and share the heart of His Caring Place with others. This is a great way to be involved at His Caring Place in a much-needed role.
Special Presentations: We would love to share the ministry of His Caring Place with your church or group! If you are willing to host a ministry presentation, please call our Community Relations office at 954-905-5135 or e-mail Newsletter@HisCaringPlace.org.
Cindy grew up without the protection most take for granted in childhood. She and her sister were exposed to drugs, alcohol, verbal and physical abuse at very young ages. Her mom brought them with her to crack houses or when she prostituted herself. At age 7, Cindy was raped. It began a pattern of men molesting her throughout her childhood. "To distract myself," remembers Cindy, "I created my own imaginary world where everything was happy and safe. Eventually, I turned to alcohol to dull the pain. By 18, I was stripping. By 20, I was prostituting myself, and then I got pregnant." Alone, she had nowhere to go for help. But hope was just around the corner...
One day, outside the DCF office, a stranger walked up to her and told her about His Caring Place. Right there, in the parking lot, she prayed to God and asked for forgiveness and a new life. "I found that new life at His Caring Place," she remembers. For the first time, she saw a stable, loving family, and she knew that was what she wanted for her daughter, Cloe. Now she is working and pursuing her education. "With God's help, I am breaking the cycle of my grandmother not being a mother to my mom, and my mom not being a mother to me. This cycle of neglect has stopped with me."