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The 2016 Troy Culler Memorial Basketball Tournament

The NCAA may have it's March Madness, but church basketball teams in the Midwest will not be left out. The Troy Culler Memorial Basketball Tournament sponsored by Show-Me Christian Youth Home will give players of all ages the opportunity to compete. This is the 13th year for the

2015 Annual Open House

Faith, Family and Fun! Saturday - September 12, 2015 Join us, Saturday, September 12th for the 2015 Annual Open House!  See first-hand the difference your support is making in the lives of the outstanding young people that call Show-Me “Home.” The fun starts at 10 AM

Celebrating our Graduates

Congratulations to our 2015 graduates! In addition to earning their high school diploma, these students have also graduated from our Path to Purpose program. By achieving this milestone, each graduate will have access to $500 in emergency funds, assistance in purchasing their first vehicle, and

2015 Troy Culler Basketball Tournament

The NCAA may have it's March Madness, but church basketball teams in the Midwest will not be left out. The Troy Culler MemorialBasketball Tournament sponsored by Show-Me Christian Youth Home will give players of all ages the opportunity to compete. This is the 12th year for the

2014 Annual Open House

Faith, Family and Fun! Saturday - September 6, 2014 Join us, Saturday, September 6th for the 2014 Annual Open House!  See first-hand the difference your support is making in the lives of the outstanding young people that call Show-Me “Home.” The festivities start at 10

Footprints

Every year we plant a garden and my 5 year old girls love to help! This year the little girls and I planted by ourselves, chatting about how wonderful the veggies will be, and praying for God to send plenty of water for it to

Jerrica’s Story: Rebuilding Bridges

For many of the 2,000 children who have called Show-Me “home,” the path that brought them here was treacherous—one filled with neglect, fear, and uncertainty. Some have been homeless, some have parents in prison, and some of the kids got in trouble with the law

Shambrishia’s Story: A Family of Her Own

Shambrishia Jones appreciates her family more than words can say. She knows what a blessing they are, because she knows what it is like to be separated from your family and not have a place to call home. Born to parents who were too young