““Oh I knew I could not rationally help her the way I wanted to, I just wasn’t equipped for that. The people at CMA were so inclusive, loving, and patient. They gave me just a sense of ‘We have seen this before. You are not the first person that has told us the story about their child,’ and I came away with such a sense of peace, that this was where the Lord wanted her. Even though this wasn’t what any of us would have chosen, He was going to do a miracle. I walked away brokenhearted but with such hope that this was the change that needed to happen, even though it was hard.”
"The decision to pull a student out of their home context is a really big step. It's often the right step for a family and when that step is needed, we're here and we're available. Our plan at CMA, and our hope is to spark lasting change in a student's life and then get students back into the home context as quickly as possible."