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How Students Can Impact the Life of an Orphan

August 14, 2019

Seven Questions With Olivia Stanton, Coordinator of Student Initiatives Q: How did you first get involved with Show Hope?  A: My first experience with Show Hope was as a college student intern in the summer of 2015. I grew up in Colorado Springs, Colorado. After I graduated high school, my mom kept telling me that […]

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Showing up in Obedience

July 17, 2019

By Olivia Stanton, Coordinator of Student Initiatives at Show Hope   On June 7, I boarded a plane headed for Beijing, China, with two of my Show Hope colleagues and 17 high school and college students from across the country. We were embarking on Show Hope’s first Student Global Training Trip of the summer of […]

Students

Life-Changing: A Parent’s View of a Show Hope Student Trip

January 12, 2017

A note from the parent of two Show Hope trip participants. Allowing our son and daughter to go on a Show Hope student trip to China was one of the best decisions we have made for them. Of course, I was nervous about sending our kids to a foreign country with a group of people that I […]

Students

The Greatest Generation

December 15, 2016

“Sometimes it falls upon a generation to be great. You can be that great generation. Let your greatness blossom.” — Nelson Mandela Have you ever thought much about the generation you are a part of? What are you labeled as, or known for? What defines you? Time periods, sociologists, and the current culture can odefine generations. […]

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Students Can Change the World

March 9, 2016

Students carry the mantle of change. Together, they can mobilize a movement. We believe that children and students have the opportunity to offer hope of all that is yet to come as they grow into the fullness of who they were created to be. Students are the next generation of leaders and orphan care providers, […]

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3 Inspiring Examples of Students Caring for Orphans

February 11, 2015

Show Hope’s high school initiative, The Movement Club, is a movement of student-led clubs in high schools all across America that focus on caring for orphans. It’s an opportunity for students to take a stand and be the difference in the life of an orphan! We believe that students are capable of far more than […]

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Join Mary Beth Chapman in Raising the Next Generation of Orphan Care Leaders

February 3, 2015

I am a firm believer in the power of God speaking through students. Many years ago, God used our 12-year-old daughter Emily, to introduce us to the thought of adoption and orphan care. While on a mission trip to Haiti, Emily allowed God to change her heart, and she challenged us to pray about what it […]

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GUEST BLOG: “God is Our Present-Tense Promise!”

May 30, 2014

We have a special guest on the blog today! One of Show Hope’s awesome Red Bus Project interns, Morgan Presley, shares her thoughts about God’s “present-tense promise” and how she learned all about his heart for orphans! Three months ago, I moved from my home in South Carolina to Franklin, TN to accept a position […]