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STORIES OF HOPE

19 Feb 20
by
Vanessa Johnson
Slow Down
As I visit new places, one aspect that I’ve experienced in every country is the universal longing to spend quality time together.
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23 Jan 20
Stories of Hope: New Beginnings
The new year has already been filled with God’s faithfulness and with new beginnings. Read on to see how you are impacting lives in...
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15 Jan 20
by
Vanessa Johnson
Soup Joumou and the Joy of Sharing
I will never forget the first New Year’s we spent in Haiti for the holidays. We learned so much that year, and just when I thought I had...
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12 Jan 20
Remembering Haiti 10 years after the earthquake
Ten years ago today, on January 12, 2010, Haiti suffered one of the most catastrophic earthquakes in history.
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06 Jan 20
Announcing Guatemala
As we celebrate new beginnings, we are excited to announce that Mission of Hope will now be serving the people of Guatemala!
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30 Dec 19
2019 Impact Report
What a year! God continues to amaze us as He transforms the lives of thousands through Jesus Christ.
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19 Dec 19
by
Rebecca Harvey
Ruth's Story
Imagine losing everything in a house fire. That is what happened to Ruth, a woman in Santiago, Dominican Republic.
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27 Nov 19
by
Rebecca Harvey
Stories of Hope: We are not stopping the church
Stories of God’s faithfulness remind us that He never changes, no matter the current circumstances around us or the difficult challenges...
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22 Nov 19
Our response to the New York Times
Recently, the New York Times published an article “‘There Is No Hope’: Crisis Pushes Haiti to Brink of Collapse.”
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20 Nov 19
by
Vanessa Johnson
Thank Full Hearts
In October we hosted our third Hope for Her event in Santiago, Dominican Republic with a small but mighty group of women who left the...
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13 Nov 19
Courage | The Grace House
Her child was born but did not survive, and she returned to an empty home with empty arms. It changed her whole world. She never married...
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GIVE WHERE NEEDED MOST
GIVE WHERE NEEDED MOST