Imagine being a young, uneducated mother, widowed, in Ethiopia, a third world country struggling to modernize. You now know that the illness your husband died of was AIDS, and you are HIV+. The medicine helps the illness, but what do you do to support yourself and your children? People who know of your HIV […]
From Ronnie Mosley:
Our first day of work here in Guatemala took the Project Hopeful team 30 minutes outside our base of Antigua to the village of Santiago Zamora. Partnering with Casa del Redentor (Redeemers House), our dental team attended to over 30 children and adults who were in critical need of dental assistance. These […]
For me they all have a name and a story.
They are not just children in a Facebook album or a blog post.
They have each been created by God and in His image according His plan and purpose for each of their lives.
They are children that we have held, prayed over and advocated for.
Children that […]
The following post was written for us by Margaret Wolski, wonderful wife and Mom to 4. She started a ministry at her church that does outreach to women in her community and helps bring awareness of human trafficking to the church.
Today’s post is being featured because during the 2011 Superbowl weekend, Internet ads advertising escorts, […]
Svetlana has been featured as our waiting child in the past, however we are featuring her again. She is about to age out of the system in a matter of weeks her chances of finding her forever family will be gone. So we are sharing her story again, and ask you do the same. […]
Consider giving to Project HOPEFUL this Christmas
Your faithful contributions are helping us make a difference in the lives of overlooked children and vulnerable mothers around the world. Your donations to Project HOPEFUL help us continue to bring HOPE to our friends in vulnerable places. Please consider supporting Project HOPEFUL with your tax deductible donation during this season of […]