HOW WE'RE COPING WITH THE CRISIS An Open Letter from Kirk Nowery Dear Friends and Partners, In these days of worldwide crisis we continue to press forward in ministry at all four of our Hope Centers. All of our Directors report that the work is becoming more challenging with each passing day. Here’s a brief
Just a stone’s throw from the historic Amber Palace, one of India’s top tourist destinations, lies one of the country’s many leper colonies. Up a slight walkway, a turn to the right and then past a three-story row of buildings you will find some of India’s most severely handicapped people. As you look
A Special Report from Kirk Nowery - On the morning of April 21—Easter Sunday 2019—Islamic terrorists attacked churches and commercial sites in the island nation of Sri Lanka. In a series of coordinated suicide bombings, over 250 people were killed and hundreds more were injured. Churches were bombed in the capital city of Colombo,
I had the chance to sit down with Kirk Nowery after a recent trip he and his wife Violeta made to India. The role the two of them are playing at our Hope Center in India is essential to the growth and success of the project. It has been beautiful to see the way
Just beyond the gates of the Hope Center in Costa Rica is an environment of violence and danger. This is mainly due to the prevalence of drug addiction. The drug addiction has led to the formation of numerous gangs who mark off territories and inflict violence—often on the family members of rival gang members.
If you look at our mission to rescue children and transform their lives, Alisha is one of those stories. She is our youngest, now just three and a half years old. A year ago, when she was just two and half years old, late one night her father reached a breaking point.