Possum Trot, TX: Church helps tiny town adopt 76 children over the holidays

The town of Possum Trot, Texas, is so tiny there are no stoplights or street names. But despite tough times, its residents are showing how big their hearts are, with 25 families taking in 76 foster children to give them better lives.

What a way to help change your community!



  • Myron Williams December 20, 2012 Reply

    this is indeed the church at work in the world. may their example prod many others to follow their lead.

  • journeyman December 21, 2012 Reply

    Here’s an example of the words “community” and “compassion” being blended together in a vivid and beautiful manner. Think what impact this small town will have on the greater community if we could measure it 20 years from now!

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