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Odessa Homes for Hope Celebration

Last Thursday we celebrated our Homes for Hope project in Odessa and presented a donation check, consisting of net profits from the home and trade partner donations, to HOPE International. 126 more words

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Do you know HOPE? Really?

Ok.  I admit it. The title of my post is a bit misleading.  I would like to talk to you about HOPE International, an international organization that presents itself as “a network of microfinance institutions operating in 17 countries around the world”.   126 more words


Odessa Homes for Hope Scripture Signing

Our Homes for Hope home in Odessa has reached the halfway point! To celebrate, our team in Odessa gathered to hold a scripture signing.

This is our third Homes for Hope project and we are excited to see the finished product and for a wonderful family to move in. 69 more words

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The Blisters on My Foot and Other Religious Experiences in Haiti

I came back from Haiti with some blister-like thingies on the plant of my left foot. I immediately knew what caused it and it was not mosquitos or a tight pair of unbroken in shoes. 900 more words

Homes for Hope - Odessa

What is Homes for Hope and why do we feel led to partner with this organization for a third time? As a company we strive to make an impact both locally and globally and partnering with Homes for Hope not only allows us to help others around the world, but also provides a unique opportunity for our trade partners to do so as well. 261 more words

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How understanding the Image of God can change the world - Luke Harbaugh

Today we once again welcome Luke Harbaugh of HOPE International who follows-up his guest post and sermon from August 2nd.

Genesis 1:26-27 tells us that we occupy a privileged place in God’s creation. 1,043 more words

New Horizons & The Image of God by guest blogger Luke Harbaugh

Today we welcome guest writer, Luke Harbaugh of HOPE International.  Luke will be speaking at Faith Church this coming Sunday.

Last week, NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft made its first flyby of the dwarf planet Pluto, giving us high resolution photos of (what used to be considered) the tiniest planet in our solar system for the very first time. 696 more words