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Pause Campaign: Frequently Asked Questions

Show Hope’s Student Initiative, Pause Campaign, is a seven-day social media fast where high school and college student groups study devotional content designed to educate them on the needs of orphans, equipping them to impact the lives of waiting children today. The following are some frequently asked questions regarding Pause Campaign.  What does the week…

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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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Genuine Love and Devotion

Tap tap tap.  Tap tap tap. The frantic tapping stops as the door swings open to reveal the tear-stained face of a devoted Nanny. “Nurse, my baby is very sick! Please come!”  The adrenaline rings throughout the kitchen as the nurses hurry to the sick child.  The nanny stands back, trying to control her tears…

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Precious in His Sight – Brentwood Academy Team

There is so much that I would like to tell the world about Maria’s Big House of Hope and my experience here that I am having trouble putting it into words. God has shown me many things this week. The first one is to truly understand the words to the song “Jesus loves the little…

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Big Red Beacon of Redemption

A big red bus came to my school on Friday. A big red bus filled with clothes, shoes, and accessories. A big red bus serving a greater purpose. The red bus parked on the lawn of the student hub at Berry College, naturally drawing a crowd. The campus buzzed with energy as people flocked to…

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From Unaware, to Aware, To Action

“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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An Incredible Day of Emotion

The Red Bus Project is officially on the road! We can’t believe it. Monday was a day of incredible emotion – just seeing the bus rolling down the highway was remarkable. Our whole team is so excited to finally see this come to life with real students shopping on the bus and coming out to…

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On the Move for Orphans – The Red Bus Project

Show Hope’s Red Bus Project is about to get on the move for orphans! There are only a few days left until our first date at Martin Methodist College! Everyone has been working so hard in preparation for this; our team has already been out on the road pre-promoting and paving the way for the…

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One Extraordinary Dream

“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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The Perfect Place to Get Involved

Many people think you have to go to a foreign country to care for orphans. What people fail to realize is that there are orphans in our own backyards. Dodge For The Cause was not only a night used to raise money for a local foster home, but also a night used to raise awareness…

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