In 2011, Maria* entered the Hope Program as a seventeen-year old. In July of 2017, she graduated from nursing school as a young woman confident in her abilities. Recently, we sat down with her as she shared what she hopes for and how she believes the Lord has never left her. How would you describe yourself entering… Read more
BlogBe inspired by stories of reckless faith from around the world. These stories encourage us to keep going, to never give up, until every child is known and loved.
The food was brought to the table and served onto the plates. Abdul* and Dev’s* eyes grew large with delight. Nine-year old Abdul breathed deeply the rising steam coming from the spicy, butter chicken on his plate and smiled. “Soooooo good, sister,” he whispered happily. The Indian restaurant near the Back2Back India Hope Campus was… Read more
“I am totally different now than when I first came to live with you guys,” Alejandro* looked at his Hope House Parents, David and Vero. The three were sitting together, reminiscing of Alejandro’s time in the Hope Program, as he prepared to graduate and move onto the next chapter of his story. Alejandro came to… Read more
Abeo*, one of the Nigerian Hope Students, listened intently as the list of names was called out. He waited nervously to hear his own. Recently, Abeo’s school had been selected to nominate three participants for a local math competition. He was hopeful he would be picked. He felt his stomach drop as the third name… Read more
Jose Luis could sense Dionicio’s nerves sitting next to him. The Hope Parent and student were sitting in the doctor’s office waiting to be called back to an exam room. They were hopeful a doctor could help with his pain. “A few months ago, staff began to notice Dionicio standing differently – as if he… Read more