If this church closed its doors, it would definitely be missed!
It may seem obvious that a vital church can play a key role in transforming a community. But how can one measure this?
At home, Aline’s students don’t receive much love. But in her classroom, they receive the love, care, and affection that they need and deserve.
In 2016, Mirella came to the House of Hope to participate in a program for pregnant women. Mirella was young and unsure about what being a mother entailed.
“At the House of Hope, we teach seven principles: character, serenity, individuality, self-control, unity, stewardship, and discipline. We link all of these principles into the planning of the curriculum.”
“Everybody is starting to know Jesus because of this gymnasium.”
Rian, a member of a Saturday soccer club, reports that without his finding Jesus in the soccer gym, his life would look very different.
To love and be loved is God’s most essential gift in our life. We get a glimpse of God’s love for us through the Lenten season.