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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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Plumstead Christian School Raises Money for Show Hope

Plumstead Christian School is located in Bucks County, PA. The school’s mission is to provide a caring environment where students are taught to think biblically, serve effectively, and lead Christ-centered lives. This year, the school added a trip to Maria’s Big House of Hope to their educational travel tour in March 2015! Steven Curtis Chapman and his wife Mary Beth…

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Top 4 Ways Governments Can Protect Children

Although the work of Show Hope and other great ministries make a huge impact on the global orphan crisis, our support for waiting children can only grow through the help of governments that are willing to protect and care for children in distress. Here are four ways governments can protect orphans: 1. Join the Hague…

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Show Hope Kicks Off the New Year with Advocacy

23 January 2014 – Nashville, Tenn. – On the heels of celebrating ten years of service in 2013, Show Hope™ is kicking off the new year by promoting their advocates movement. Show Hope, a nonprofit orphan care ministry founded by GRAMMY® award winning Steven Curtis Chapman and his wife Mary Beth, continues its topical monthly…

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