The Bill and Bette Bryant Crisis Nursery, located just down the road from House of Moses, our home for infants and House of Martha, our home for older children, is an oasis of hope for toddlers and preschoolers.
As many as twenty five boys and girls fill the house with activity. A first time visitor would never guess that the animated children playing in the bright living room had been outcasts, most of them orphans or abandoned, before they found life-saving help at the Bill and Bette Bryant Crisis Nursery. The Nursery is a safe home, saturated with love, prayer and tender care, where young children can begin the process of healing.
Opened in November of 2003, this home is named in honor of Dr. Bill Bryant, the founding director of The Outreach Foundation of the Presbyterian Church, USA, a major partner in the establishment and operation of all three homes. In 2000, during the dedication of Zambia’s first crisis nursery, House of Martha, Dr. Bryant expressed his heart by saying, “This home is just our first one. I pray that we will open many more homes just like this one across Zambia, and throughout sub-Saharan Africa.”
More Room for Little Ones! Read about Bill & Bette Bryant Crisis Nursery growing
Read some stories about Bryant Crisis Nursery children:
Adopted By Street Boys
The Serial Orphan
Big Miracle for Little Boy
House of Moses House of Martha