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4 Distinctive Features of a Show Hope Care Center

At Show Hope, we are passionate about caring for orphans. For the past six years, we have had the unique opportunity to provide high quality care for orphans with special needs in the Henan province of China. Here are 4 things to know about our Care Centers: 1. Show Hope’s Care Centers provide life-giving medical…

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Care Centers Spotlight: Trenton

Trenton arrived at Maria’s Big House of Hope when he was just a few weeks old. He was diagnosed with biliary atresia and has been able to receive excellent care right here in China. The medical staff was able to bring him to Shan Dong for surgery. After the surgery, Trenton returned to Maria’s Big…

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Steven Curtis Chapman Surprises the Morgan Family!

Gunner is a four-year-old little boy who is currently living in China. He is in need of specialized medical care but even more than that, he needs the unconditional love and protection of a family. U.S. Army Pilot Sam Morgan and his wife, Stacie, are in the process of bringing him home. With the average adoption…

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3 Ways to Support Show Hope’s Care Centers in China

Millions of orphans around the world are without a family to provide the special medical care they desperately need. Show Hope currently operates four care centers in China. These centers provide life-giving medical care to children with special needs through surgeries, physical therapy, hospice, and other basic necessities. Medical care for a child with special…

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GUEST POST: Why does God call people to adopt?

We have a special guest on the blog today! Stefanie, creator of No Hands But Ours and Ni Hao Y’all, shares her family’s life-changing journey and her thoughts about why God calls people to adopt. Why does God call people to adopt? This might seem like a question with an obvious answer. But sometimes, stating the obvious…

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Even When It Seems Impossible

Following a trip to China, I (Joan) could not shake the image of the waiting children I met there. Sensing this, my husband, Ken, asked a critical question: “What’s keeping us from adopting?”  Within three weeks, we were at an informational meeting about Chinese adoption.  There was no question in our hearts that this was…

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Video Sponsorship Update: Meet Sabrina

We hope you enjoy meeting Sabrina through this month’s Sponsorship Update Video! Sabrina is one of several children under care at a Show Hope Special Care Centers who has been diagnosed with biliary atresia, a condition which affects the liver. Each month, you are making a life-changing impact for hundred of children like Sabrina through…

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Ringing in the Year of the Snake

     In most parts of the world, the New Year holiday has given way to Valentine’s Day and will turn to St. Patrick’s Day later this week. New Year’s resolutions have run their short course and we are back into the habits of everyday life. That’s in most parts of the world….But here in China,…

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Sharing Luisa’s Story

After having four boys biologically, we adopted our first daughter from Guatemala in 2008. We were so happy to have our daughter home, but it was a long, hard process. When we began to feel called to adoption once again, we honestly didn’t want to go through another international adoption. However, God made it abundantly clear…

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