Pray for, financially support, and work alongside Hope’s global ministry partners in Africa, Europe, the Americas, the Middle East, and Asia.
Water projects in Central, Eastern and Southern Africa focus on helping communities in need provide safe, sustainable water sources for themselves and their families. Local communities contribute both money and labor to the water projects at schools, churches, and clinics. Change lives through providing safe water. Choose Water for Life from the pull-down menu.
This school of more than 4,000 students from 20+ countries educates Christ-centered servant leaders to transform Africa. It has sent out more than 14,000 graduates to impact Africa in slums, businesses, banks, schools, churches, and TV stations. Support servant leaders for Africa.
Kenya Children’s Fund transforms lives of children living in poverty by providing nutrition, medical care, and education in a Christ centered environment—enabling them to return to their communities as change agents. Sponsor a child.
Building relationships and sharing the love of Christ through a variety of projects providing community resources, economic development, and discipleship in Kosovo and Macedonia. To donate, choose Balkans from the pull-down menu.
Nueva Esperanza seeks to effect permanent change in the spiritual, emotional, mental, and physical lives of children living in poor communities in Honduras. As the ministry continues to expand, Bible studies, special training workshops, and evangelical outreaches impact the children’s mothers and other family members. Sponsor a child.
Trains leaders for service, sacrifice, and solidarity in Iran and beyond. Learn more at parstheology.org. To donate, choose Pars from the pull-down menu.
Contact Peggy Turnbull, to learn about Hope’s other global mission partners.
Short-term mission trips encourage already established missionaries and global partners who pour out their lives to cross over and love people with the love of Christ. They may also spark a passion for new workers to “go” long term. Explore mission service, email Peggy Turnbull.