This year’s Fellowship Weekend theme was “Greater Things.” We came together to celebrate all that has been done and what is yet to come. We believe that there truly are Greater Things in store for the movement to care for orphans. We’re so thankful for everyone who was a part of this weekend, whether in […]
Little things can make a big difference. We see this throughout Scripture—whether it is the use of a teenager to take down a giant, a child’s generosity used to feed 500 people, or the comparison of a tongue to the rudder of a ship. For good, or for bad, the little things make a big […]
Every year, Show Hope witnesses the formation of thousands of families through both domestic and international adoptions. It is a joy to see! God’s call to care for orphans is especially sweet when found in the journey of individual families. The adoption process can be long and burdensome, but these five families approached their decisions […]
Show Hope was founded by Steven Curtis and Mary Beth Chapman in 2003. In the coming weeks, we are proud to present Steven Curtis Chapman and Amy Grant as they go on tour together. Click here to see all of the tour dates, and we hope to see you there!
Tanya is a charming 9-month-old that was admitted to our Zhengzhou Special Care Center when she was just 2-months-old. It has brought our staff great joy to watch her grow, learn how to play with toys, and see her shy but delightful personality develop over the past several months. Her adorable smile has won over […]
When Mary Beth and Steven Curtis Chapman founded Show Hope in 2003, they hosted the first Fellowship Weekend in a barn. It was a small gathering. A group of friends who came together around a passion to care for orphans. At the time, Mary Beth’s dream was to help 100 waiting children come home. Now, […]
In 2003, Show Hope was founded by Steven Curtis and Mary Beth Chapman as a movement to care for orphans. Since it’s inception, Show Hope has sought to restore the hope of a family to orphans in distress around the world by enabling more children to enter families through Adoption Aid grants, through providing acute […]
October 13, 2015 is an anniversary I won’t soon forget. Steven and I celebrated 31 years of marriage and it was spent in the waiting room of the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt. Some of you may know that a little miracle landed in our family about eight months ago via adoption. My […]