A Legacy Like Georgina’s

A Legacy Like Georgina’s

I have been thinking a lot about legacy.  From raising two little boys to working with some of the most vulnerable populations around the world, I understand that our lives are short and like a vapor in the wind.  With this life we have been given, we have much...
A Disaster Births Hope

A Disaster Births Hope

Fresh Water Production volunteers have been cycling in and out of the Bahamas since Hurricane Dorian delivered a deadly blow on September 1, 2019. World Hope International has been pumping clean water in the Bahamas for a full month and we still turn people away at...
Dorian: Not Just an Interruption

Dorian: Not Just an Interruption

Life was ticking along at a normal pace until we heard the word that Dorian was going to hit Prince Edward Island as a Category 1 Hurricane. Immediately, we began to tie down chairs, bring in our flowerpots, and move our vehicles away from the trees. It was coming and...
The Lens We See Through

The Lens We See Through

We love having interns with us in the office at World Hope International and we are thankful for the skills they bring to our team. Our intern, Haven Rhoda, a student at Kingswood University, spent some time on the ground in Sierra Leone this summer before coming back...
Up Close & Personal with Tanya

Up Close & Personal with Tanya

Our communications intern, Courtney Hallett, from Indiana Wesleyan University, wanted to interview me and write a blog about me and my life! We love having interns with us in the office at World Hope International and we are thankful for the skills they bring to our...

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