Can you imagine what life would be like if you had 16 children? How would you feed them all or afford to send each of them to school?
A group of almost forty participants from four denominations have been engaged in this training for the last 2 years.
“Unintended Consequences” is a familiar phrase for anyone who has worked in developing countries. By definition, an unintended consequence is, “A term used to describe a set of results that was not intended as an outcome.” From time to time…
You might have noticed a change in our tagline at Bright Hope recently. On January 1 we started using the phrase, “Helping those earning less than $2 a day,” as a measure for who we are serving. When I became…
“Thank you, that you would come all the way from America, to sit in the dirt with us.” The leader of a network of churches in an East African country once spoke these words to me after we’d traveled by…
I’ve seen $12 change a life. Seriously. And not just one life, but the lives of an entire family.
The Phaeton community in northeast Haiti lives in extreme poverty. There are no flourishing gardens. There is no electricity or potable water. Poor equipment and pollution have decreased the fishing trade that many people subsist on.
If you walk into Mathare Community Outreach (MCO) Joy Primary School in Mathare Slum during break time, you will hear laughter and excitement coming from children playing in the hilly and uneven grounds of the school.
Reynaldo believes a divine appointment many years ago is the reason he’s a part of our hydroponic agriculture projects in Bolivia today.
In the Haitian town of Ferrier, multiple churches held a large women’s conference. Each church sent 10 women of different ages and backgrounds. Those that wanted to continue joined a monthly leadership training over the course of a year.