Exciting Changes for The Movement!

February 1, 2016

Friends. We are SO excited to share with you how the Lord is growing and changing the Movement Clubs and want to invite you to come alongside of us in this new and exciting season!     Most of you may have heard of the Red Bus Project… For those of you who haven’t heard...

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4 Great Ministries Caring For Orphans

September 3, 2015

As we continue to press into the needs of orphans around the world, we know that it requires all of us, each with our own unique set of gifts, to holistically address the global orphan crisis. Show Hope partners with a number of wonderful orphan care ministries throughout the United States and it is so...

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Careers in Adoption and Orphan Care

August 20, 2015

Whether you’re a high school freshman or a senior in college, it’s never too early or too late to consider a career in orphan care. As with any work that is rooted in heart and purpose, careers in adoption and orphan care are incredibly rewarding. This field often requires a great deal of patience, empathy,...

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Number of Orphans in America Versus the Number of Churches

August 5, 2015

According to the Hartford Institute for Religion Research, determining how many churches exist in the United States can be quite difficult, as there is no official directory for every congregation in the country. Roughly five years ago, it was estimated that 350,000 churches could be found in the United States. While that estimate is representative...

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Stories of Adoption from the Bible

July 31, 2015

Throughout Scripture, adoption and orphan care are spoken of favorably, beginning in the Old Testament. The book of Exodus contains a story (Exodus 1:15-22) of a Hebrew woman, Jochebed, who had a son at a time when Pharaoh ordered all Hebrew male infants be put to death. Instead, Jochebed found a basket, waterproofed it, placed...

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Brittney Ketring: Unpacking the Hard Things

July 16, 2015

Brittney Ketring, senior at Indiana University, recently went on a Show Hope short-term trip to Haiti. Here she shares about her experience and the things she learned through this trip!     “I will not boast in anything, no gifts, no power, no wisdom. But I will boast in Jesus Christ, his death and resurrection.”...

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3 Ways to Invite Younger Students to Care for Orphans

July 13, 2015

Students have the potential to change the world. Many people don’t give them the credit they deserve, but students are capable of far more than some may expect. Students are passionate individuals and have a special opportunity to stand among their peers and be a voice for the 140 million orphans in the world.  ...

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7 Statistics You Should Know About Orphans and Adoption

July 9, 2015

  The best way to start advocating for orphans is to become as informed about the orphan crisis as you can. When you gather information and seek to be more educated about the issue, you will be able to share what you know with others, encouraging them to join you in the movement to care...

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5 Documentaries About Caring for Orphans

June 22, 2015

  In recent years, many filmmakers have turned their lenses towards the global orphan crisis. Each film carries an important message, highlighting the need for awareness and action in caring for orphaned and vulnerable children around the world. Here are five documentaries about caring for orphans:   The Drop Box tells the story of South...

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