Miracle Hill is a Christian ministry that has been providing food, shelter, clothing, addiction recovery, and hope to Upstate families and individuals in need for over 81 years. State and national leaders have praised Miracle Hill for its compassionate care to everyone in our community. For more information, see the FAQs, documents, press releases, and news stories linked below.

Frequently Asked Questions  Governor McMaster’s Executive Order  Letter From US Senators to HHS

Letter From Governor McMaster to HHS  Other Foster Care Agencies in SC

Press Releases

South Carolina DSS Challenges Miracle Hill Foster Care’s Freedom to Recruit Only Christian Foster Parents

Jewish Rabbis Support Miracle Hill’s Right to Partner with Fellow Believers

Don’t Take Away Kid’s Chances at a New Home

Other Faith-based Providers Being Challenged

Philadelphia Banning Catholic Agency from Foster Care Unless it Endorses Same-Sex Relationships

Kansas Religious Adoption Agencies Targeted

Why Christians Can’t Compromise on Conscience

Let Catholics Find Every Child a Home

The Heritage Foundation 2018 Antipoverty Forum

New York’s War on Faith-Based Adoption Providers is Only Hurting Children

News reports

Greenville_News SC Governor Henry McMaster Defends Miracle Hill’s Christian Requirement

Greenville_News Opinion: Miracle Hill Ministries is Needed Now More Than Ever

WSPA_7_Horiz DSS Threatens Upstate Faith Based Foster Care Program

World_Magazine Religious Liberty: Federal Rules Can Hamstring Religious Foster Care Agencies Who Receive Government Funding

GSA_Biz_Wire Senator Tim Scott to Celebrate Miracle Hill Ministries as an Angels in Adoption

GSA_Biz_WireMiracle Hill Foster Care and Group Homes Earn Three Year CARF Accreditation

National_Review Religious Solidarity Is Not Invidious Discrimination

Post_and_Courier Charleston Post & Courier: Letter to the Editor – Miracle Hill Foster Care

Jewish_Press Jewish Press: The ADL is Wrong – Solidarity Is Not Bigotry

Religion News Service logoHouses of worship helping solve foster care crisis in Oklahoma