5 Reasons to Start a Movement Club

March 4, 2015

The Movement Club is the high school initiative of Show Hope. These clubs are active across the country, striving to make a positive impact in the lives of orphans! This Movement is a student-led service club which focuses on orphan care advocacy and action. Each quarter, members of Movement Clubs complete one service project, ranging anywhere from...

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February 24, 2015

Show Hope recently shared 4 Historical Figures Who Cared For Orphans! Read below to learn more about these inspiring individuals!   As we look back over history, there are countless individuals who have devoted their lives to caring for vulnerable children. Here are four historical figures who have championed the cause of orphans! Is there anyone...

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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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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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January 16, 2015

 Last week, we gave 3 easy steps for you to hand off your Movement Club and leadership role when you graduate. But that doesn’t mean you have to stop being involved in orphan care! Today, we want to tell all of you awesome seniors about an opportunity you have in college to stay engaged with...

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3 Steps to Hand Off Your Movement Club

January 6, 2015

For you seniors out there – Congratulations! You have one last semester of high school. Crazy, right? This semester will be packed full of college decisions, questions about the future, and lots of other exciting things that come with this season of change. For those of you who are leading Movement Clubs at your school,...

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Dear High Schooler – A Letter from Caroline Greene

December 22, 2014

To my fellow orphan advocates, do not lose heart. Orphan care ministry has been one of the hardest yet most rewarding ministries, that I have had the privilege and deep honor to take part in. I went on my first short-term trip with Show Hope 5 years ago and since then, the Lord has used...

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Dear High Schooler – A Letter from Sarah Rooker

December 5, 2014

I want to hug you and high-five you. You are caring for orphans. Whether this is your first time stumbling across the idea of caring for orphans as a high schooler (crazy, right?), or this is the millionth blog you’ve read about the millionth and one way to care for orphans, congrats. Orphan care is...

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Glow-in-the-Dark Dodgeball Tournament!

December 1, 2014

A couple of weeks ago, the Movement: Homeschool Edition in Buena Vista, CO had a glow-in-the-dark dodgeball tournament to raise money for a families adoption! Club president, Mary May Molitor, shares how the event went!     We had our first event to raise money for a local adopting family, the Wingos, whose daughter is an officer...

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On the Move for Orphans – 11/12 & 11/13

November 20, 2014

Last week, two of our Movement Clubs had events for their semester projects!   The first was in Petal, Mississippi with our Petal High School Club. They had a night of worship and raising awareness about how students can get involved in orphan care. Our very own Chris Wheeler (Show Hope’s student initiatives director) spoke...

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