Christmas Eve we know many of you are gathering with family and friends in the comforts of home. However, let's remember there are those who don't have that luxury tonight. Sadly, Lubbock's homeless population has grown to an alarming number.
But fortunately for many of these families...They do have a place to stay this Christmas at Lubbock's Family Promise house.
The signs of Christmas are all around this home, complete with the word 'hope' written on the steps.
And this year - twins, appropriately named Faith and Hope, make this holiday special... and are a sure sign that life goes on.
Rikki Satterfield, Staying at Family Promise: "When you don't got nowhere else to go, but you know that the lord is, 'cause the lord was pointing me here.
Sylvia Hartfield, Staying at Family Promise: "Me and my girls are here. And I'm just glad that I got all three of them together, instead of one here, one there, one there. We're all here for Christmas, so, I'm blessed.
The folks at Family Promise open their doors during the day to families with children. Right now, they can only house a few families at a time, but they're hoping to expand and help as many homeless as possible next year.