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VIDEO: Meet the Rankins

  For Michael and Amy Rankin, the adoption of their second daughter all started with a Prayer Focus email from Show Hope. They printed the email, they hung it on their refrigerator, and they prayed. “I am confident that, if it weren’t for Show Hope, she wouldn’t be here,” Amy said. “She was well cared…

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What is #GivingTuesday?

On Thanksgiving, Americans take time to be grateful for all that we have. Then on Friday through Monday, Americans will set global retail spending records for things we want. A step back for perspective is helpful, and that’s what Giving Tuesday is all about. After a historically expensive extended weekend, Giving Tuesday is a time…

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Show Hope Wallpaper

Looking for a way to add a little extra hope to your day? We’ve created these phone screen backgrounds just for you! Click on your favorite design below to save.          

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All Gifts Matched up to $100,000 for Giving Tuesday

This Giving Tuesday, you can double your impact. You help care for children who have been orphaned any time you give to this work. But today, the life-changing impact of your generosity will be doubled. An anonymous donor is matching all gifts on Giving Tuesday up to $100,000. Meeting this goal could fund 40 Adoption…

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Heart Work

Orphan care is heart-work. Almost anyone involved in this work is doing so at a deeply emotional level. That makes it easy to lose perspective on your part in the big picture. When this happens, we often find ourselves trying to do it all. We move from being the worker to trying to be the…

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‘SEE’ Rising from the Dust—An Excerpt

  The following is an excerpt from Steven Curtis Chapman’s new book, “Between Heaven & the Real World.” This story takes place after the Chapman’s youngest daughter, Maria, passed away in a tragic accident. They were having their house rebuilt, and Steven snapped a miraculous picture. You can order the book here. Near the end…

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Why We Give

This past year we brought home our fourth child, our first through the miracle of adoption. Our son Jonah spent nearly 5 years at Maria’s Big House of Hope. He loves to tell stories of his time there, and look at pictures of all his friends in China. Recently, he fixated on a photo of…

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Philanthropy

Hello, my name is Phil. It’s Philip actually, but you can just call me Phil. A few years ago, God brought me deeper in discovering something I believe he’s had planned. This discovery changed the way I think about my work, and I think it can change the way all of us approach helping others.…

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Using Social Media For Good

We’re a technology obsessed society. Americans spend 4.7 hours a day on their phones, which is one-third of the time we are awake. And, lest we jump to conclusions, this isn’t just a young person problem. The highest average time spent glued to a phone is seen in people ages 25-54. This is an all-of-us…

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Gifts That Help Change Lives

The elevator dinged as it reached the fourth floor of Maria’s Big House of Hope. The doors slid open and Kellan zoomed out in his ZipZac, a special type of wheelchair designed specifically for children with spina bifida. He rounded the corner and turned left down a hallway, trailed closely by his nanny, who made sure that Kellan…

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