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 […]


3 Ways to Mobilize the Next Generation to Care for Orphans

February 21, 2014

Here at Show Hope, we believe that today’s youth is the future of orphan care. Whether it’s engaging a college student through the Red Bus Project or connecting with a high school student at a Movement Club event, Show Hope strives to prepare and equip future generations to care for orphans. Continue reading as we […]

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TOP TEN Ministry Highlights: 7. Launching Our Student Initiatives

May 21, 2013

This is the seventh entry in our “TOP TEN Highlights From 10 Years of Ministry” series. Click here to read previous entries>>> 7. Launching Our Student Initiatives Ever since the Chapmans’ daughter Emily began pestering her parents to adopt while she was just a young girl, the Chapmans have known that young people, and especially […]

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From Unaware, to Aware, To Action

March 15, 2012

“Last year, my friend Emmy Kate and I were introduced to Show Hope by our lovely dance teacher and Show Hope staff member, Julia Chapman. One day in class she told us that Show Hope was holding a kick-off event for the high school initiative, called “The Movement,” which enabled high school students to spread […]

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One Extraordinary Dream

March 7, 2012

“The truth of the matter is that I’m a regular student. I go to school seven hours a day, five days a week. I have teachers I love and ones who frustrate me. I ace tests when I study and fail tests if I decide to skim the night before. My school days are spent […]

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Show Hope’s student initiative grows!

November 29, 2011

Yesterday I walked into the Show Hope office for my first day as the “Student Initiatives Programs Associate,” and I found my new desk decorated with Show Hope merchandise, a bouquet of flowers and a gift bag with all kinds of fun office-y things. Both Chris Wheeler, who I will be reporting to, and the […]