Hope during a pandemic
When COVID-19 required everyone to shelter-in-place, Buckner International did not abandon those we serve. From home offices around the state, staff...
Kneeling in prayer
Buckner President Albert Reyes reminds readers of a biblical duty to speak against injustice and act to correct it.
How Buckner Family Pathways is helping single parents during the pandemic
Almost half of single parent families in Texas live in poverty, with Houston being ranked the hardest city for single parents to raise a family....
Healing hands: Trust during trying times
With the COVID-19 pandemic, many lives and routines were instantly changed. But for single mom LaShonda Haynes, when the crisis hit, she stepped into...
Due to the changing nature of the coronavirus pandemic, the answers to these questions and others may change at any time. These answers are accurate...
Support small businesses run by Buckner families
Small local businesses are at the forefront of many minds as the pandemic continues to keep some closed due to social distancing orders. As the trend...
6 ways to (emotionally) make it through the pandemic
Editors note: An abridged version of the following article written by Dr. Amy Curtis, director of counseling for Buckner International, was...
Single mothers in Family Pathways continue working in health care during the coronavirus crisis
For many residents in our Buckner Family Pathways program, the coronavirus pandemic is a new season of life as many of them work in health care. Each...
Buckner teachers further their education while at home
Seventeen Buckner child development teachers and staff in Lufkin, Texas, are making the most of an unprecedented situation and furthering their...
Changing the method, keeping the service
On April 3, the national unemployment rate reached 12.5% as a result of business closures due to COVID-19, according to the New York Times. Most...