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Your prayers and support ensure our ability to receive kids in 2018!

Dear Friends, “When can I come live here?” said a boy who recently visited the New Song campus. Sadly, his mom never filled out the enrollment application. Boys and girls from at-risk families need to hear about the Jesus whose birth we celebrate this Christmas season. They desper... [read more]

Thanking all of our 2017 campus volunteers!

We thank God for all of our 2017 campus volunteers! They do so much to maintain the campus and keep it looking beautiful. View the volunteer slide show: click on a photo to enlarge. Navigate with the right and left arrows. ... var cpo = []; cpo["_object"] ="cp_widget_9f22ce16-25dc-403b-bd5a... [read more]

Thank you young volunteers!

We are excited and blessed by the many youth in our area who have chosen New Song Mission for their service projects, senior projects, Eagle Scout projects, internships, and more. These kids have worked to raise money, build outdoor equipment, create nature trails, and bring groups to the New Song c... [read more]

Summer 2017 Newsletter

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The Kids We Can Best Help

 “Do you have sports teams?” asked a boy who recently visited the New Song campus, having been brought for a tour by his adoptive grandmother.  What’s learned through sports and other recreational activities can help us fulfill the core of our mission, which is to equi... [read more]

Thank You to our Volunteers!

New Song Mission has been blessed with a number of work teams serving on our 100-acre Brown County campus this spring and summer. We’re so very thankful for the teams’ service as we continue to prepare our campus for children!  Volunteers are integral to our ministry. As a not-fo... [read more]

FAQ: How Are Kids Referred To New Song?

A woman involved in a jail ministry called us to share that a mom who is incarcerated has two young children who may need New Song’s care. A friend who works with at-risk kids in a recreational ministry contacted us to let us that there is a 12 year-old boy whose mom may be calling New Song... [read more]

Houseparent couples at New Song!

With two houseparent couples now living at New Song and our Campus Director now in place, we are praising God once again for His amazing provision!    Houseparents Logan and Olivia Stoner are from Mooresville, Indiana, have been married five years, and God placed on their hearts a stron... [read more]

WCLJ TV Interview

Watch WCLJ's recent interview of New Song Founder, Bob Schloss... [read more]

April Is Child Abuse Prevention Month

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month, and at New Song we want to acknowledge and “cheer on” all of those who minister to, care for, or otherwise support children in need.  Organizations across our state and country—church ministries, foster parents, mentoring groups,... [read more]

Home C Update

“We’re so thankful for the steady progress that’s been made toward completion of Home C on the New Song campus,” said ex officio board member, Dan Gluesenkamp. Home C is the third of three phase one campus homes. With the completion of the home comes the completion of phase o... [read more]

Northwestern Mutual Helps New Song!

What do a 25th work anniversary, a team of 7 people, and a life insurance company have in common with New Song? Well, they all describe the latest team of volunteers contributing to campus groundskeeping! On Monday, November 7, a team of workers from Matt Carother’s Northwestern Mutual Insu... [read more]

God's Continued Provision

We are excited to share that God, in all His goodness, has provided New Song with a wonderful gift of beautiful kitchen cabinetry for our third campus home from MasterBrand Cabinets in Jasper, Indiana! “We praise God for this incredible gift which helps us complete Home C and phase one constru... [read more]

By God's Great Grace

“The ministry at New Song may not have residents yet but it is already glorifying God!”, proclaimed David Douglas of Faith Church of Lafayette, IN, after a recent work team experience.  “Taylor and I came home reminded of God's goodness and graciousness.  The short ti... [read more]

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month

Each April, as the season moves from winter to spring, our focus shifts to all things growing and green. Spring makes us think of freshness, sunshine, and new life. It is the perfect time to remember the value of all children, as April has been declared National Child Abuse Prevention Month. In t... [read more]

Houseparent Outreach Update

New Song’s houseparent outreach marketing program is now in full swing, with connections being made with dozens of employment sources across the country. What began in the second week of January as by far the most thorough, comprehensive effort we’ve ever made to find houseparent couples... [read more]

Spring and Summer Missions Trips At New Song!

God has graciously provided New Song Mission with a beautiful setting for at-risk children.  But there is a LOT of work in caring for a 100-acre campus with three homes, a playground area, a 2-acre pond, ½ mile road lined with trees, and nearly a mile of hiking trails! Cold winter win... [read more]

A Carpenter for Christ

The New Song Campus is nearing completion! Our third and final home of phase one construction, Home C, is 90% finished. The finish electrical, plumbing, and cabinetry work are the only items left! It is exciting to see that soon the third home will be ready and waiting for houseparents and childr... [read more]

12-Month Outreach Plan For Houseparents and Children

We thank the Lord for His providential care over the ministry of New Song Mission, and we give Him the praise both for how He has led us this far and the good things we trust He will do in the future on behalf of the ministry for the sake of children. We’ve learned much with each challenge New... [read more]

Education Program in Full Swing at New Song!

“I was really excited to begin teaching this fall semester at New Song,” said Coordinating Lead Teacher, Kyla Ramirez, “but I was wondering how it would work out with just one student in the classroom.” With our first child at New Song arriving just before the beginning of... [read more]

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