Uganda Mission Update on Water Store

Friends of WorldHope Corps and Communities of Shalom:  Here’s an urgent update from our mission partner, Br. Julius in Katikara, at Trading Centre in Western Uganda.  We’re trying to raise $2,300 this month to meet the need. Please help us if you can. Greetings and best regards from Uganda: We have ended the rainy season and now the dry period has started, December, January, February and early March we anticipate best performance of the water

WorldHope Corps Project Update for 3rd Quarter 2018

As founder and chief executive officer of WorldHope Corps, I focus on fundraising, administration, and communications. As a volunteer corps of “believers without borders”, WorldHope Corps offers technical, relational and financial support as well as professional training, consultation and project development in Malawi, Uganda and the USA in a spirit of mutual exchange and “reverse mission”—which means we gain much more than we offer from those we seek to help as we work together for

It’s a beautiful New Year’s Day

“It’s a beautiful dayDon’t let it get awayIt’s a beautiful day…”–U2 Communities of Shalom Uganda graduation sponsored by WorldHope Corps 2016 Happy New Year to all my WorldHope Corps friends! I hope you’re not working on New Year’s Day and that you will relax and have some fun! I wanted to share this post of appreciation at the beginning of this new and beautiful day.  Most of all, I just want to tell you how

Last Day for Year-End Giving

Dear friends and colleagues, I want to take this opportunity to wish you and your family a Happy New Year! And to invite you to become a donor-advisor to a specific WorldHope Corps project next year. Our ministry partner, Northwind Institute, designed a Mission Giving Catalogue to make it easier to give and sponsor a specific WorldHope Corps project. Major Donors (contributing $500 or more) to a particular project will be consulted next year about how

Kakholi Village Has a Deep Water Well for Christmas

Last Christmas, over one hundred school children and their families did not have clean water in the remote cluster of five villages near the school in Kakholi, Malawi, where over 2,000 people live.  Statistically, 1 out of 5 children under 5 in Malawi get deathly sick from water-borne diseases. Many of them die for lack of medication and sanitation.  The lack of clean water in Kakholi caught the attention of WorldHope Corps last year after