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Reba's Ranch House provides care for the caregivers who have a loved one hospitalized in North Texas or South Oklahoma.

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  • The Joys and Health of a Volunteer

    Everyone welcomes a smile, a bag filled with a coloring book and crayons, or a new book to read or…

    16.09.2021

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  • One of God’s gifts — Susan Hooper’s Story

    A fixture at Reba’s Ranch House, Susan Hooper had battled breast cancer and was always ready to come alongside anyone…

    09.09.2021

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  • Third Graders, Bible Pages, and Loads of Grocery Sacks

    The children present their Bible pages to Marilyn, knowing the pages will go on nightstands of guests staying at the…

    07.09.2021

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  • A Medical Legacy from Indian Territory to Denison, Texas

    From a medical practice in Indian Territory during the 19th century, through the 20th century in the states of Texas…

    24.08.2021

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  • Expanding Love and Service at Reba’s Ranch House

    A decade ago, Reba’s Ranch House was bursting at the seams with housing hundreds of vulnerable guests annually. Each individual…

    10.08.2021

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  • The Comfort of a Country Quilt

    By Sarah Elisabeth Sawyer Reba’s Heroes: A Series Highlighting Our Wonderful Volunteers From the early days of Reba’s Ranch House,…

    03.08.2021

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  • The Ranch House Angel

    Serving in Guest Relations, she prays for people, writes poems and scriptures on cards to hang on their doors, and…

    20.07.2021

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  • The Story Behind Reba’s Miniature Barn

    Barry Roberson drove his golf cart up to the lonely pine tree in a field behind his house. Grief from…

    15.07.2021

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  • Uprooted But Cared For

    When Montine Jones walked into Reba’s Ranch House, apprehensive and alone, she felt lost.  For several weekends, she had driven…

    30.06.2021

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  • Keeping Watch Over His Preemie Son

    John (Ryan) Heflin hovered in the Texoma Medical Center’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) where his 4 lbs. 11 oz.…

    15.06.2021

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