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Our Vision


So when they had dined, Jesus saith to Simon Peter, Simon, son of Jonas, lovest thou me more than these? He saith unto him, Yea, Lord; thou knowest that I love thee. He saith unto him, Feed my lambs.

It is well known that lambs are young sheep.  As expressed in the Scripture above, Peter, a founding apostle of the Christian Faith, was not only commissioned to preach the Gospel (Matthew 28:18-20) but “feed” the young of God’s flock.


To "feed" spiritually encompasses the full care of that individual. It goes beyond the natural supply of food. This type of feeding requires nurturing, loving, protecting, and teaching.

Jesus, The Great Shepherd, connects the expression of love for Him with the care of His lambs. The Lord has revealed this to us and graced us with the heart to care for His precious young flock OR lambs. Thus, the Little Lamb's vision is to impart God, educate, feed, and love on God’s little lambs.

Little Lambs embraces and operates according to Kingdom Culture. We define Kingdom Culture as the customs, behaviors, values, principles, and beliefs of Christians set by the Kingdom of God, as expressed in the Word of God. In this, no believer is divided by race, nationality, language, denomination, or socioeconomic status. Everyone whom God has adopted as His child, through Jesus Christ, is engrafted into the heavenly family.

The Owner

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Kristina is the owner and visionary of Little Lambs Children's Center. As a Christian and mother of six, she has always been searching for an institution that not only educated children; but imparts and preserves God's way through Jesus Christ. After many years of searching, the Lord spoke to her heart to establish the type of facility she sought after. Hence, the vision of Little Lambs was birthed. 

Kristina is the wife of Caleb Bolton, a native of West Palm Beach, FL, former college admissions counselor, writer, and published author. 

Kristina Bolton

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