Christmas Update on Hope Scholarship House from Rev. Copeland Nkhata

Dr. Christensen and Rev. Nkhata ‘break ground” for new Hope House in 2011 Greetings to you!  I hope God is keeping you safely during this holy week of Christmas. These photos show how much progress we have made in constructing the HOPE SCHOLARSHIP HOUSE to make our dream sustainable in empowering many souls that God has placed in our care.   The ring beam is next and then the roofing in January.  The house should be

Christmas Greetings from Br. Julius and Fr. Paul in Uganda

SARS Community Development project Dear Brothers and Sisters in America: I send you greetings in the name of our lord Jesus Christ and I hope God is keeping you safe during this holy week of Christmas. I have viewed the good articles, comments, and the photos on this blog which clearly describe SARS and the work we do in Uganda.  We are so happy to be part of the WorldHope Corps family. God makes miracles in different

WorldHope Corps Projects in Western Uganda

Members of SARS with Fr. Paul and Br. Julius We raised the roof of the St. George Hope Health Center in 2009.  Now lets equip the buildings, ensure clean water and sanitation, and empower young women for self-reliance.  During the first ten days of June last summer I had the rich of experience of meeting Br. Julius Kasaija with the Sustainable Action for Rural Sector (SARS)–a Shalom-style community development work near Hoima, Uganda.  WorldHope Corps had

Year End Report to WorldHope Corps Donors 2011

Dear Friends and Partners, Despite many economic hardships around the world in 2011, it was a hope-filled year for thousands of children, women and families in Malawi, Uganda, Ethiopia and Haiti—thanks to you!  Together we raised so far this year a total of $108,485 to sustain the Hope programs in Malawi and support relief and development projects in Uganda, Ethiopia, Haiti and Belarus. On behalf of all these children, women and families, I want to extend a

Time to Occupy Christmas

An usually large, warm, Full Moon was visible and clear in the sky today over Madison, NJ. According to earthsky.org “the big and bright waning gibbous moon shines directly in front of the constellation Gemini the Twins, the radiant point for the Geminid meteor shower (going on tonight). Gemini’s two brightest stars are Castor and Pollux. They shine quite close to the moon tonight.”  I looked up and down, all around, and inside and out, and though I did not see the