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Our North Star

Show Hope Adoption Aid grant recipient family holding hands and walking outside

Dear Show Hope Family,  I recently celebrated five years of service at Show Hope, and what I love and why I am passionate about being here is that Show Hope is an organization that lives and breathes by faith. That call to faith is part of our DNA, if you will. It was our Founders,…

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From Our Executive Director

Dear Friends,  And the angel said to them, “Fear not, for behold, I bring you good news of great joy that will be for all the people. For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Savior, who is Christ the Lord.” — Luke 2:10-11 I recently read these familiar words,…

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Heroes of the Faith

Dear Friends,  In the Book of Hebrews, we find the familiar verse: “Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen.” The call to faith is a call to trust in a God we can’t see—to trust he is good and at work in our world. Faith in the…

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Why It’s Important for an Organization to Remain True to Its Mission

by Kristin Parks and Emily Chapman Richards  This year, Show Hope is celebrating 20 years as an organization, with our mission: To care for orphans by engaging the Church and reducing barriers to adoption. As you can imagine, we have seen changes and faced challenges in the landscape of adoption as it has evolved over…

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From Our Executive Director

Dear Show Hope Family,  By faith, we launched Show Hope’s Medical Care grants in late 2020, and today, we stand in awe of how God is using this work in the lives of children and families. As I think about the impacts of Medical Care grants, Taylor Mauldin, whose family recently received a second grant…

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From Emily Chapman Richards

Emily Chapman Richards

The following is an excerpt from Emily Chapman Richards’ address to attendees at our annual Fellowship Weekend Impact Spotlight program. Hope. To hope is to expect with confidence. On March 6, 1997, I wrote the following in my journal, “Tomorrow, I leave for Haiti. … I hope this experience will change my life. I also…

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