"Lighting the way for those in need”
Train up a child in the way he should go...
Are your workers equipped to train children in the way they should go?
Introducing Ted & Jo Mock
Teacher & worker Training Sessions
Jo and Ted met at his father’s church in Camden, Arkansas during their high school years. They were married in 1976 and have two married children and five grandchildren. Jo came to know Christ as a nine year old in Hot Springs Arkansas; Ted was saved at the age of ten in Mobile, Alabama. Ted attended Baptist Bible College in Springfield Missouri while Jo went to Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia, Arkansas. Before coming to the Lighthouse Children’s Homes in 2003, they had started and helped establish Fellowship Baptist Church in Bearden, Arkansas. They left Bearden after twenty three years and went full time with the Lighthouse Children’s Homes. The couple had been for many years associated with the homes, founded by Larry and Paula Neff, college classmates of Ted. Currently they reside in Powell, Tennessee and travel representing the homes as they minister to families across America. In addition to traveling they assist the Neff’s with special projects and operations of the five homes.
Thank you for your continued prayer and concern for the Lighthouse children. Because of your Church and many other like-minded Churches we have been able to raise over 900 children since we started the first Lighthouse home in 1978. May the Lord bless you for helping us to reach homeless and needy children for Christ.
The purpose of this letter is to introduce you to Ted and Jo Mock. The Mock’s are a fine couple that have dedicated themselves to the service of the Lord. The Mock’s have left the business world and are now traveling full-time as field representatives for the Lighthouse Homes. Ted and Jo have been a blessing to every Church, large or small, as they have traveled and ministered. They are independent, fundamental Baptist folks who helped to plant a Church in Arkansas 30 years ago that is still thriving today. Their goal in each Church they visit is to be a blessing to the people and an encouragement to the pastor.
Ted Mock is an excellent preacher and Jo is an accomplished ventriloquist. God is using them greatly in revival meetings, youth conferences, mission conferences, ladies meetings, men’s meetings, VBS’s, camps, and special days.
I encourage you to contact Brother Ted about a revival meeting or any other special event that you are planning. The Mocks have held meetings in many large and small Churches; they will be a blessing to your Church!! They will also acquaint your people with the Lighthouse Homes. They are prepared to show an eight minute DVD presentation of the Lighthouse Children’s Homes that will allow your people to see what God is doing in the Lighthouse Homes in Mississippi, Costa Rica, and India.
Please give them a call today. Once again thank you for your concern, prayers, and financial help for homeless and needy children.
The Night Cometh, Larry L. Neff
VBS MARCH 2016 - NEW ALBANY, INDIANA
You should invite me to your next VBS -
I hope you don't mind - I have to bring
Ted & Jo with me.
Sometimes I'm a cowboy or a doctor or even an egyptian king!
Sometimes I just lay around on my cot and dream about being a soldier!"
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The Lighthouse Children’s Homes do not receive funds from local, state or federal government. Each home is a non-profit ministry entirely supported by churches, groups and individuals who are concerned about needy children. Every gift for the homes in Mississippi, Costa Rica and India is gratefully received and conscientiously recorded, receipted and used where designated.
All donations or memorial gifts are tax deductible and may be mailed to our central office:
Lighthouse Children’s Home • P.O. Box 730 • Kosciusko, MS 39090-0730
Shipping address for ground delivery: 2339 Attala Rd. 3111 • West, MS 39192
Phone: (662) 289-9629 Fax: (662) 289-4892
The Lighthouse Children’s Homes in Mississippi,Costa Rica and India are Christian homes providing quality Christian training for wayward, needy and unloved homeless children. We seek to provide a channel through which local churches, interested groups and concerned individuals can extend a helping hand to these children. The Homes seek to prepare these children for a life of serving Christ and beingproductive citizens in their own country and communities. Therefore, it is our purpose to see that each child comes to a personal faith in the Lord Jesus
Christ. It is our desire to see each child grow spiritually, academically and socially. The Homes provide an environment where an encounter with God’s Word produces a lasting change.
The Lighthouse Children’s Home of Costa Rica. Founded in 1989 by Sally McWatters, the Lighthouse seeks to provide a Christ centered home for orphaned or abandoned children who need a permanent place to grow up.
Originally from El Paso, Texas, Sally came to Costa Rica as a missionary in 1985 to teach in a seminary. Four years later, she along with Patricia Neff, a Costa Rican, stepped out by faith. A few years later they met Bro. Larry Neff, the director of The Lighthouse Children’s Homes Ministry. He had already been praying about starting a children’s home in Costa Rica. At that time they began to work together and a couple years later the present facility was completed.
In 2008 Sally married Terry Sanders, the blind Evangelist. Terry had lost his sight at age 12 as a result of glaucoma. He has been a full-time Evangelist since 1984. He met Sally on a mission trip to Costa Rica and about two years later they were married.
Please visit the link below to find out some information on a book that Sally and Terry wrote and the children illustrated.
Rev. Matthew Henry, a veteran missionary, is the Director of the Lighthouse in India which was founded in November 2000. Brother Henry is a native Indian who received his Bible college training at Tri-State Baptist College in the United States. His work includes overseeing 100 churches, two Bible Institutes, and a printing ministry. Brother Henry’s vision is to have 100 children in the home as God provides the funds for dormitories and other needed facilities.
Missionary Alex Taylor and his wife, Mirta, are the Directors of the Lighthouse in Panama which opened its doors In May 2010. The Taylors are natives of Costa Rica, and Brother Taylor pastored for many years in Costa Rica before moving to northern Panama to work with the Guayme Indians.
He has several churches on the reservation and a Bible Institute.
Rev. Jonathan and Laura Bryan, church-planting missionaries, are the Directors of the Lighthouse in Mexico. Jonathan is a graduate of Heritage Baptist University in Indiana. Since 2005, the Bryans have started two churches in the state of Zacatecas. They have a distribution ministry which has given out thousands of Bibles and tracts in the area. Founded in 2010, the Lighthouse Mexico offers homeless and abandoned children a Christian home environment, a sound education, and the opportunity to know a loving God and His gospel.
The Lighthouse Children’s Homes were founded in 1978 by Larry and Paula Neff. Larry had been orphaned at the age of three and was placed in the Franklin Indiana orphanage where he stayed until the age of seventeen. After serving in the military Larry married his high school sweetheart, Paula Dillman. In 1969 Larry and Paula attended a revival and were saved on the closing day of the meeting. From that day God had burdened them to start a Christian children’s home. After graduating from Baptist Bible College in Springfield Missouri in 1973, the couple founded and pastored an independent Baptist Church in metropolitan Boston. In 1977 he entered full-time evangelism and began plans for the home. In 1978 the Lighthouse Children’s Home became a reality as the doors were opened and the first little girl entered the home. There are now homes in Mississippi, Costa Rica, India, Mexico and Panama that are “rescuing storm-tossed lives for Christ”.
We seek to provide a channel through which local churches, interested groups and concerned individuals can extend a helping hand to these children. The Homes seek to prepare these children for a life of serving Christ and being productive citizens in their own country and communities. Therefore, it is our purpose to see that each child comes to a personal faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. It is our desire to see each child grow spiritually, academically and socially. The Homes provide an environment where an encounter with God’s Word produces a lasting change.
This is an illusion using a special
substance included and a few household
Items that illustrates salvation in a very
easy to understand way for all ages.
The picture on the front can be
reproduced in many ways, felt, picture
form, etc as an additional visual.
$15 – free shipping
A children’s book about the story
of Moses’ birth written through
the “dress up” play of children.
$12 – free shipping for one.
Large sheets of Biblical pictures
to illustrate your Bible stories with
instructions for using. These are not
flocked, but instructions provide info.
One sheet of pictures for one story.
$5 each plus appropriate shipping for
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