Descriptions of Buildings
Life Center: The Life Center is where our programs take place. The Life Center includes: a waiting area for families in either the Formula or Mamba Program, a large multi-use classroom (primarily used for the Prenatal Program, nutrition classes, and missionary Sunday services), bathrooms, social work and adoption offices, medical exam room, and pharmacy.
Volunteer & Promise House: The volunteer space is the entire top level of this building. The volunteer space includes: 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, living/lounge space, and a kitchen. If you are interested in volunteering, please find more information here. The Promise house includes the lower level of the building. The Promise House is a foster home that is specifically dedicated towards caring for some of the older children with special needs. Sheila and Wilson Chery are the House parents in the Promise House.
Rehab & Faith House: The Rehab rooms are the two rooms located on the main level of this building. These rooms are specifically for children in the Rehabilitative Program. This program focuses on children who are in need of immediate medical or nutritional care. Children in this program stay an average of 3 months in our care before they are nursed back to full health and reunited with their biological family. The Faith house is the upper level of this building. The Faith house is a foster home for orphaned children. Val Avink is the House parent in the Faith house.
Play Pavilion & Life House: The play pavilion is where many of the kids and nannies love hanging out during the day. The Life House is a foster home for orphaned and abandoned children. Tori Rayle is the house parent in this Life house.
Peace House, Hope House, Joy House, and Grace House: These homes are all foster care homes for children in their adoption process. The Peace house parent is Carla Lyster, the Hope house parents are the Bhullars, the Joy house parents are the Johnsons, and the Grace house parents are the Mokmas. Learn more about Foster care at Children of the Promise here.
Lagossette Christian School (LCS): LCS is a community school that serves over 300 students each year. This school has been functioning for many years through a separate mission, however, In 2017, Children of the Promise will begin operations of the school. Learn more about this transition here.
Adoptive Family Space: The upper level of this building is dedicated for families in the Adoption process who come on socialization visits and final take home of their child. The adoptive family space has two large bedrooms, an screened living room and kitchen, and a bathroom.