Up-Close & Personal
“My dream is to see my whole country, especially women and children, be able to access professional counseling services when they need them.”
A rising Junior at George Washington University, Ashleigh is spending her summer addressing human trafficking and learning about life in the NGO space. Here’s what she thinks of her experience so far…
The bottom line of Jesus’ teaching is that our lives are much richer as we embrace our neighbor. We are expanded, and love develops more and more capacity within us to be expressed…
In the Western world, we often struggle to show our appreciation or care for others and rely too much on gifts to speak for us. However, people in lower-income countries have taught me much about the care and love for others beyond material goods.
“I have always said that in whatever I do, I want to help someone somewhere. So to work on several projects that help people in need is a dream come true for me.”
“I have not been able to study at night because I do not have a light. I feel happy because I now have a light to study.”
I arrived on the Island of La Gonâve, Haiti, after a very long trip via plane, truck, and boat. I was ready for the typical cold shower and fall in bed. But when I disembarked from the small motorboat, I heard all kinds of sounds and a large crowd assembled on the beach…
Every year we do a Q&A time so you can get to know me better. This year, our volunteer, Rebecca Bowerman asked me the following questions.
7th Grader, Kinsley, raises money to fund her own Child Sponsorship through World Hope to help make a life-changing impact in someone’s life…
On April 2nd the world celebrates the 14th annual World Autism Day. Learn how the Enable the Children program helps support children with Autism and their families in Sierra Leone.
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