Love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind, and with all your strength.  The 2nd is this:  you shall love your neighbor as yourself, there is no other commandment greater than these.  Mark 12:30-31

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About Good News Homes

Good News Homes was established in 1998 by what was then known as the Sulpher Fork Baptist Association now known as the North Central Baptist Network.  In 2001, GNH became its own 501 (c)3.   Good News began with a mobile home with one family and expanded in 2002 and 2005 to two transitional apartment buildings which were constructed with the help of approximately 80 members of the Baptist Builders, a group of volunteers from Oldham, Trimble, and surrounding counties.   Now Good News Homes could house eight families.  Further housing expanded in 2009 with the donation of the Wiano House in the Lakewood Valley area and the acquistion of RoseHaven Home for Women and Children which expanded housing to thirteen families in Good News Homes’ owned properties.  In 2021, Good News Homes closed RoseHaven and sold the property, but then acquired a property at the corner of Anchor Avenue and Dawkins Rd.  Funding from the Inasmuch Fund by the Smith-Bottorff family allowed us to purchase and remodel the property.  Daily volunteers clocked many house to rehabilitate the six unit two-bedroom property to completion in 2022.  Good News Homes’ housing then expanded to fourteen transitional housing units and three permanent housing units.

TESTIMONIALS

When we first moved into RoseHaven, I was terrified and felt hopeless and alone.  In the years I have lived here I have had more love and compassion shown to… Read more “My Dear “family” at Good News,”

Carrie, Emily, and Abigail

I, Casie Webster, have lived in Good News Shelter for two years and two months with my daughter, Taylor Sparrow. My time is coming to an end soon. I have… Read more “A step forward..”

Casie Webster and Taylor Sparrow

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