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Beautiful Pictures of the Gospel

By Caleb Chapman I have had the unique privilege of experiencing Show Hope from the very beginning and through many different lenses. Yes, I was an original signee of the contract my older sister, Emily, wrote—explaining how the Chapman children were both willing and able to pitch in and help out however necessary if our…

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Greater Things: Fellowship Weekend 2016

Greater Things: Fellowship Weekend 2016

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…

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January Prayer Focus: Tanya

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…

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4 Unique Ways to Share Show Hope with Friends and Family

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…

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Show Hope Gives Adoption Aid Grant To 5,000th Child

SHOW HOPE CELEBRATES BY HELPING THEIR 5,000th CHILD RECEIVE A GRANT AND FIND THEIR FOREVER HOME! Since they opened their doors just 12 years ago, Show Hope, a nonprofit organization founded by Steven Curtis Chapman and his wife Mary Beth for the purpose of caring and advocating for millions of orphans worldwide, is celebrating a…

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5 Tips for Using Social Media to Care for Orphans

Have you ever wondered how you can join Show Hope in the movement to care for orphans? Just take a look online! Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest are all great ways to spread awareness and inspire your friends to care for orphans! Sometimes, all the possibilities for using social media can seem a bit overwhelming.…

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