This year has been an active year as World Hope International has helped meet the needs of so many suffering around the world.
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In 14 years, World Hope International has drilled 1,227 wells, providing water to 845,000 people. Only God knows the number of lives saved by these wells that produce safe drinking water.
Rev. Kevin Barnsdale speaks highly of the assistance Florida Wesleyan have received, still weeks after Hurricane Irma struck Florida.
Your prayers, financial gifts and ability to volunteer are still very much needed.
The Wesleyan Church, through the Wesleyan Emergency Relief Fund, is partnering with World Hope International to respond.
Following is a report from Pastor Kevin Barnsdale, Countryside Wesleyan Church in Alva, Florida, that will bless and inform you. Needs are great in disaster-impacted areas and reports of significant damage continue to surface.
General Superintendent Wayne Schmidt is activating the Wesleyan Emergency Relief Fund in response to damage sustained in Florida and the Caribbean.
Initial reports are positive.
Your help is still needed to aid victims of Hurricane Harvey. Read how you can help in tangible ways.
The Wesleyan Church and World Hope International are joining together to assist victims of Hurricane Harvey. Learn how you can help.
World Hope International has stepped up to help recently orphaned children in Sierra Leone, an Indiana pastor advocates for immigration process and more.
A mudslide has killed nearly 300 people in Sierra Leone. Read how you can help those in desperate need.
Freedom Sunday is about taking a stand against human trafficking. Your church can help.
Joan Phillippe is remembered for her teaching and music gifts, dedication to family, support of her husband Tom’s ministries, and for philanthropy to the church, missions, and higher education.
A pastor’s wife in Indiana tells how God has walked with her in the midst of extreme suffering, a Nebraska couple plants pineapples in Sierra Leone, and more.
Because Thomas has Down’s syndrome, many in his town believe he is demon-possessed. But work done by World Hope International is changing societal beliefs, one child at a time.
The people of Fremont Wesleyan Church raised thousands of dollars for various projects around the world.
World Hope fights abortion in Sierra Leone by making child-bearing less dangerous for the mother and child.
Balram was among the first children sponsored in the India hostel. Today he is a dedicated Christian serving as a Wesleyan pastor.
An Oklahoma girl in foster care creates a sobering wish list.
Through partnership between The Wesleyan Church, World Hope International, Global Partners, and other organizations, the first shipment of supplies has been delivered in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
Over a thousand died in the hurricane in Haiti, but the crisis following it could claim even more innocent lives.
Larry McAlpine helps change lives with clean water, and this year he still hosted his fundraising walk even after a courageous battle with cancer. Over $450,000 has been raised since 2003.
With 146,000 homes damaged in Louisiana, this is the worst disaster in the US since 2012’s superstorm Sandy. Opportunities abound for volunteer teams to lend a hand.