Sprout loves to sit and bring joy to each person
Moses bringing joy at Whispering Oaks Nursing Home in Tampa
CFC volunteer Snickerdoodle brings God's love in Ada, Ohio
Nine-year old CFC volunteer, Marlowe, shares God’s love
CFC volunteer, Skipper, bringing smiles and God's love to sweet Mary
Moses, a 3-legged Boxer, brings smiles to the disabled
Canines for Christ volunteers, Wendy and Tessa, visit the elderly
Pippin and Judi share God’s love to Alzheimer patients
Lera, Lincoln, and Gabby -- God's Ambassadors
CFC Volunteers, Susan and Gracie, minister to the disabled
- Ada, OH
- Apache Junction, AZ
- Austin, TX
- Brookfield, CT
- Brooklyn Park, MN
- Bunnlevel, NC
- Centennial, CO
- Cincinnati, OH
- Coopersburg, PA
- Dade City, FL
- Dania Beach, FL
- Englewood, CO
- Huron, OH
- Lakeland, FL
- Largo, FL
- Lodi, CA
- Lutz, FL
- Minneapolis, MN
- Murrieta, CA
- New Port Richey, FL
- Pensacola, FL
- Phoenix, AZ
- Quakertown, PA
- Riverview, FL
- Safety Harbor, FL
- San Leandro, CA
- Sellersville, PA
- Spring Hill, FL
- St. Petersburg, FL
- Tampa, FL
- Valley Center, CA
- Wake Forest, NC
- White Hall, AK
Who We Are
Canines for Christ is a Christian-based, animal-assisted therapy ministry that uses ordinary people and their beloved dogs to share God's message of love, hope, kindness, and compassion to the community.
What We Do
Pioneered by Chaplain Larry Randolph, Canines for Christ has been in existence since July 2007. The number of ways God has blessed all kinds of people through this ministry is humbling. New dogs and volunteers are being added constantly. Currently, 174 canines and hundreds of human volunteers have been approved to serve God in this unique ministry.
With God's blessings, we hope to expand in many more locations. Praise God!
We currently go to places such as cancer centers, grief centers, children's homes, nursing homes, hospitals, hospice facilities, special needs facilities for the mental and physically disabled, home visits, prison ministries, and many other places upon request.
Our mission is letting Christ's love shine through us and our canines as His disciples when we visit people who need love, hope and compassion that only God's message can provide. And we want them to know that God loves them.
Are you asking yourself...
- What is my calling?
- Where is it that God wants to use me to build His Kingdom?
- How can I make a difference in the lives of people in need of love, hope, and compassion?
- Am I able to share the love of Jesus with the sick, elderly, lonely, depressed, injured, and dying?
If you want to be involved in this ministry, go to the "Steps to Serve" page to find out more.