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by Thursday, 27 August 2009 05:00

Washington Post Highlights True Health Care at SHCH

In 1997, the Sihanouk Hospital Center of HOPE was established by people from varied races, religions and places to save lives. HOPE worldwide was there when it opened and has proudly managed the hospital since.

Recently, Washington Post writer Katherine Marshall highlighted SHCH as "Interfaith Health-Care Reform: Faith in Action."

by Tuesday, 25 August 2009 22:00

A Memorial of Service

I woke up this morning in Hyannis, Massachusetts to the news of Senator Ted Kennedy's passing just 2 miles down the road in Hyannisport. Another 10 miles away on Martha's Vineyard is President Obama who chose Cape Cod for his family's annual vacation. I had no idea when I planned with my wife this one-day detour on our way to a church conference in Providence, Rhode Island that such news events would be unfolding so nearby. It seems like only yesterday that we were all celebrating the passage of the Kennedy Serve America Act and now its sponsor is gone.

by Tuesday, 25 August 2009 18:14

HOPEworldwide Atlanta Chapter Launches

This weekend, come celebrate the launch of the Hope Worldwide Atlanta Chapter. “A Night of Hope” promises to be a grand celebration. Included will be beverages, Hors D’Oeuvres, art, and an auction.

by Friday, 21 August 2009 10:33

Volunteers: Friends to the Lonely

Hong Kong, August 13, 2009 - HOPE worldwide works in conjunction with the Hong Kong Housing Authority to reach out to the city’s elderly population. The program has been named the “Good Neighbor Volunteer Program.” Together, our volunteers are visiting seniors currently living in public housing to help them minimize their risk of a dangerous fall. During the visits, they conducted surveys on their health and wherever someone was found in need, they were referred to an occupational therapist for follow-up.
by Thursday, 20 August 2009 09:54

The HOPE worldwide and Benevolence Committee July 2009 Report

“All they asked was that we should continue to remember the poor.” –Gal 2:10.

The brothers and sisters on the HOPE worldwide and Benevolence Committee have continued meeting together on a monthly basis, besides having extensive individual phone calls, emails and fellowship meetings between members. In the past year we have seen God bless our work in a powerful way, with the help of your prayers. We have had many valuable suggestions from Committee members and others. We treasure two-way communication between the churches and HOPE worldwide, and we welcome the comments and suggestions of church leaders and all disciples.

by Thursday, 20 August 2009 07:11

Follow the Chotton Ki Asha Program

In India, mothers and their children face daily struggles to remain healthy and strong. Dehydration, malnutrition and poor conditions threaten to steal away what little stability they have. HOPE foundation in India has created the Chotton Ki Asha program to specifically deal with those challenges.

by Tuesday, 18 August 2009 10:06

Typhoon Morakot Devastates Taiwan, Church Responds

“they knew nothing about what would happen until the flood came and took them all away. ..”
~ Matthew 24:39

On August 8, 2009, Typhoon Morakot struck Taiwan for three days. It was originally predicted to be only a middle scale typhoon, but it brought record breaking rainfall. It led to severe damage from flooding and landslides in southern Taiwan. In Pingtung County’s mountainous area in Southern Taiwan, the cumulative rainfall was 2,500 mm - close to the annual rainfall for the whole region. This is Taiwan's worst flood in 50 Years.
by Wednesday, 12 August 2009 06:09

The Impact of HOPE Youth Corps Video

HOPE Youth Corps in Partnership with HOPE for Kids

"Today was the best day of my life. I wish I can do it again and I will miss you"
~ HOPE for Kids Camper

This is what one camper wrote about her time with HOPE for Kids and HOPE worldwide at Camp HOPE for Kids this summer.

by Monday, 03 August 2009 14:46

Update from HOPE worldwide Papua New Guinea

 
This Summer, HOPE worldwide Papua New Guinea has put every resource to work! Read below for updates on two of our current projects; Preschool/Non-formal Schools and our rapidly growing Fuelwood program.
 

 
by Thursday, 30 July 2009 05:35

Bringing HOPE worldwide To The Last Frontier

By Ray Nadon, Evangelist, The Great Land Christian Church

It was almost 16 years ago that I became a disciple. I was twenty-eight, married for seven years and had two little boys – life was crazy. But God and His family gave me peace, joy and big dreams.