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Posts Tagged ‘Haiti’

The Koper Family Adoption Testimony

In 2014, the Kopers brought their son and daughter home from Haiti with the help of a Show Hope grant! Below, they share about God’s perfect timing and His provision throughout the journey. My wife and I prayed about adding to our family through adoption for at least 2-3 years before we finally trusted the…

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Explore God’s Heart for Orphans

Sarah Rooker, a student who has traveled with Show Hope on numerous short-term trips, shares her heart for orphans and why YOU should join Show Hope on a trip this year! The application deadline for our 2015 trips is January 20th. Short-term service trips have played a very large part in my life.  Show Hope, an…

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Thoughts From an Eye-Opening Trip to Haiti

Read below as Sarah, a student who recently joined Show Hope on a short-term trip to Haiti, describes her eye-opening experience with the children of Haiti and how God is continuing to teach her the true meaning of James 1:27. Twenty years ago, my parents adopted me from Russia, giving me the greatest gift possible:…

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3 Ways to Care for Orphans This Christmas

Christmas is not only a time that is filled with much celebration and activity, but also a time we most deeply feel the significance of family in our lives. This year, consider ways that YOU can give hope to orphans and adoptive families. Here are three ways you can be the spark of hope for…

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Not Allowed To Cry

This past week, I joined with 21 strangers from across the country to visit a children’s village in Jacmel, Haiti. I think that for most of us, our week began as a fun trip that required very little jet lag adjustment, included the possibility of expanding our view of God, and held the guarantee of…

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Fall On Your Knees

As we walked around the Hands and Feet village in Haiti my heart sank. Within these walls were 70 children who live without parents. I have known for years that there were more than 140 million fatherless children in the world, but I tend to only think of the children I’ve met in the past…

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