12 Oct We Believe in the Power of Prayer

Okay, I’ll admit it: I have never been one to sit still and pray for great lengths of time. I have always preferred the short bullet-point prayers shooting upward about some urgent need, or extreme gratefulness, because He has answered some undeserved plea. But there have...

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25 Sep Where it all Began:  A Story of Struggle and Hope

Brazil, a country commonly associated with beautiful beaches, majestic mountains, and wealthy cities, has a less pleasant side to it that the government prefers to keep confidential. Over two decades ago, in the 1980’s, due to harsh economic circumstances and families breaking apart, millions of...

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17 Sep What Does it Mean to be an Orphan?

Many would consider the question to have a straightforward answer, but the reality of what these orphans experience reveals that the question is much more complex. Although many recognize an orphan as simply a child with no parents, orphans can actually be quantified into two...

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22 Mar Fabio’s Story

Fabio is a vibrant Christian who is active in his church. He came to mind today because I just got a wedding invitation.  Fabio is getting married! I have to admit I was a little worried whether he ever would find somebody…his growth was stunted,...

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11 Oct Join Us For 30 Days of Prayer

In the last 26 years of serving mortal-risk children, we have seen God display His power in response to earnest prayer over and over and over again. We believe in the power of prayer. That's one reason we set aside 30 days each year to...

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18 Jul Christianity Today Features Hope Unlimited

Christianity Today included perspectives in worldwide orphan care—its history and its future—in its July issue. The direction of the orphan-care movement in Christian circles worldwide is an extremely important topic, and Hope Unlimited plays a critical role in shaping opinions. Hope Unlimited President David Z. Nowell...

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