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Village of Hope (VOH) will be caring for special needs orphans in San Lucas, Guatemala and teaching them about the love of Jesus Christ. The vision for Village of Hope was born out the knowledge that God has a heart for the least of these. Scripture reveals a God who is passionate about the sick, the widow, the orphan, the alien and the poor.
Our purpose is to provide family, faith and a future to the least of these by providing holistic orphan care to special needs orphans, primarily focused on those living with HIV/AIDS. To avoid an institutional living atmosphere and provide an family style setting. Our hope is to create a family unit as God intended: to provide life-long support and to teach children Christian life values.
Because international adoptions from Guatemala are closed, there is little hope of the children ever begin adopted into forever families. One part of our vision is to develop relationships with the Guatemalan Evangelical churches, to come along side of them, educating them on God’s heart for the orphan, and opening their eyes to the gift of adoption.
Our purpose is to provide family, faith and a future to the least of these by providing holistic orphan care to special needs orphans, primarily focused on those living with HIV/AIDS.
IMPACT of Village of Hope:
- Providing family, faith and future to orphans with HIV/AIDS
- Building & operation of group homes
- Outreach to the community
- Offering hope in Christ-teaching biblical truth
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Enjoy this update from Village of Hope missionary, Amy Block: “She was abandoned at 10 days old in a cold, stark hospital room. The social worker called around for hours looking for a children’s home who would take her in. Children with a diagnosis such as hers are hard to place. The responsibilities are [...] Continue Reading »
Enjoy this update from Village of Hope missionary, Amy Block: What do you want to be when you grow up? It’s an age old question. One that all of my children have had the privilege of being asked numerous times in their lives. Their little eyes grow big and they being to dream. The possibilities are endless. [...] Continue Reading »
Last month was an exciting month at Village of Hope as 9 of the older children were baptized. One of those was a young girl named Jessica. Jessica is 16 years old and her daughter Rubi is 19 months. Jessica and Rubi were transferred to Village of Hope from a state run orphanage where Jessica was cut with a knife trying [...] Continue Reading »