When dedicated, driven people pull together as a team with the provision of God backing them, it’s amazing what can be accomplished in only three days!
Maggie and Kevin Smith, both Indianapolis attorneys and dedicated members of Common Ground Church in Indianapolis, had an idea for a family... [read more]
“When I first arrived at New Song, I was so struck by the beauty, the attention to detail, and the care that has gone into building those homes…” said a new friend named Greg who recently visited our 100-acre Brown County children’s home campus.
Greg’s heart i... [read more]
Written by Executive Director, Bob Schloss
Two months ago, after leaving the assisted living center into which Margaret Hadley had recently moved, I walked into the parking lot, opened my car door, sat down in the driver’s seat, and cried. Margaret would live another two months, passing awa... [read more]
The Fall/Winter 2013 edition of the New Song News newsletter is available to view online. We hope you will read more about how the Lord continues to bless our ministry and be encouraged by our progress moving forward toward serving children in need!
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This summer for New Song was jam-packed with historic milestones, significant collaborative efforts, and exciting advances toward serving children. We are open and ready for kids, which we would not be able to share without the tremendous, continued support and work of all of our many ministry frien... [read more]
All of us at New Song continue to feel extremely blessed knowing that we are in the hands of our heavenly Father, and we remain exceedingly grateful for the faithfulness of our supportive churches and friends! Below is a list of some of the most significant activities, accomplishme... [read more]
What a beautiful fall day we had for celebrating together in Brown County on October 2nd! We hope you enjoyed your experience on the New Song campus and shared in our amazement at what God is doing to build New Song Mission! Your support is making this work possible.
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