ABOUT US

OUR MISSION AND VISION

OUR MISSION

The Flying H Youth Ranch exists to teach struggling young men and their families a Biblical understanding of life, including every persons need for salvation which comes through Jesus Christ

For God has not destined us for wrath, but for obtaining salvation through our Lord Jesus Christ.

1 Thessalonians 5:9

At the Flying H Youth Ranch a young man receives biblically focused mentoring and behavioral training tools in a highly structured environment which will benefit him for the rest of his life.

The focus of this program is primarily on character development as defined by Biblical standards.  The development of character is measured through interaction between the staff and the residents in the following categories;

  • Respect for authority
  • Following instructions
  • Treating others in a loving way
  • Putting forth the effort to change attitudes and actions for the better
  • Seeking trustworthiness
  • Using your abilities to encourage and serve
  • Seeking wisdom
  • Using abilities to love
  • Making right what was made wrong
  • Persevering

OUR VISION

The Flying H Youth Ranch biblical vision is to reach young men for Christ, help them rebuild broken relationships, and let them know there is a God who loves them beyond measure.  We encourage them through prayer, relationship, and the word of God in order to help them realize they are loved, valued, and have a purpose. Our goal for these young men is that they will find healing for their personal wounds and a life transforming experience through a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

He brought them out of darkness, the utter darkness, and broke away their chains.

Psalm 107:14

WHY CHOOSE THE FLYING H?

Why do parents choose the Flying H over other programs? For a variety of reasons:

  • Our mission and objectives are thoroughly Christian
  • Our structure
  • Our mentoring program
  • Reasonable Cost
  • Accredited school
  • Our emphasis on family reunification
  • Our family atmosphere – We are intentionally small so that we avoid an institutional feel.