Thoughts on poverty and giving from the Bright Hope team.
Six Reasons Why Stewardship Goes Beyond Tithing
Living a life of purpose and significance begins with understanding the foundational principles of biblical stewardship. Unfortunately, many Christians have been taught a narrow definition of stewardship…
Meet two-time Dove Award winner Meredith Andrews, a Bright Hope Ambassador
Meet award-winning singer, song-writer and new Bright Hope Ambassador, Meredith Andrews. With a heart for worship music and serving the extreme poor, Meredith is eager to help support our ongoing youth music camps in Haiti.
The first pictures I saw of Baby Sarah were startling and heartbreaking... her tiny body devastatingly depleted from malnutrition. She was several months old, yet only weighed around two pounds. She was losing her vision.
Relief Aid Versus Development Aid: What’s the Difference?
Does hearing terms like humanitarian aid and sustainable development confuse you and make you tune out before you’ve even finished reading this sentence? I get it. But I can help you with this in 90 seconds or less!
Pray for Haiti: Violent protests over skyrocketing fuel prices
The day after steep fuel price hikes were announced, Haitian Prime Minister Jack Guy Lafontant repealed the tax increases after protests erupted in the streets and escalating mayhem ensued around the country.
I’ve always loved sports and the competition and challenge that comes with it. The thrill of victory. The agony of defeat. Bring it on! So, being with the Bright Hope team it is not that different - just a different arena.
In a community where Bright Hope has been involved for many years, there is a leader associated with Bright Hope who has been accused of witchcraft and the killing of another Bright Hope staff member. These allegations are completely false…
Sometimes living in the convenience of America, it can be easy to forget what others are experiencing in other parts of the planet. While the rates of extreme poverty have decreased in recent years, about 767 million people still live on less than $1.90 a day.