the Movement Club

Movement Clubs are student-led orphan care service groups in high schools all across America.

Graham Walters – Lessons from a Student Trip to MBHOH

January 29, 2015

Show Hope’s  Global Training Program trips are designed to equip students (age 15-22) to become orphan care advocates and leaders in their culture. These once in a lifetime trips are intended to help students discover their unique response to God’s instructions to care for orphans and to provide the tools needed to start advocating and leading others upon returning home. Read below as Graham Walters...

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ADVOCATE SPOTLIGHT: RACHEL RUNS FOR SHOW HOPE

January 28, 2015

Today on Show Hope’s blog,  advocate Rachel Harvey, is spotlighted as she describes how she trained and completed the Walt Disney World Marathon for Show Hope! It was a challenging race, but in God’s strength, she was able to finish all 26.2 miles.   While adoption has always been on our hearts, my husband and I know...

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  • “The Movement has shown me that I am not the only student who cares about orphans. That I don't have to make the plight of the orphans known all by myself."

    Tori Hook, student

  • “The Movement has been such a great opportunity for me to show the love of Christ to others. It's opened my eyes and given me awareness about orphans around the world."

    Caroline Lee, student

  • “The Movement has been an opportunity for me as a student to make a difference in the world.

    Bryan Walker, student

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