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Ranch Closed 6/19 – 6/27

HopeWell Ranch will close on Saturday, June 19th and reopen Monday, June 28th so that our volunteers and clients can participate in the Isabella County Fair.

Counting the Blessings

By Kelley Eltzroth, a Lead Volunteer at HopeWell Ranch “…always giving thanks to God the Father for everything, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ.” Ephesians 5:20 I’m still taking it all in after all the blessings for HopeWell Ranch last night. What keeps coming to mind is the Doxology: Praise God from Whom…


About HopeWell Ranch

HopeWell Ranch is a non-profit organization that desires, through the use of rescued horses, to reach out to children and people who may have emotional, spiritual, physical and social needs. It is our goal to offer them the unconditional love of a horse and caring staff, as an example of Christ's love, to help facilitate healing and the restoration of hope for their future. Participation in our riding programs can provide emotional benefits such as self-confidence, independence, self-worth, self-esteem, improved social skill, responsibility and increased attention span. Physical benefits include increased balance, coordination, flexibility, mobility, circulation and improved muscle tone. Working with equines and the social interaction between riders can greatly benefit the body, mind and spirit.