Since January 1, 2011, WorldHope Corps, Inc. has raised a total of $86,000 to sustain the Hope programs in Malawi, support relief and development projects in Uganda, Ethiopia, Haiti and Belarus, and achieved the following practical results: Fed, clothed and supported over 100 orphaned and vulnerable children in Malawi throughHope Homes; Provided educational scholarships for 16 youth who otherwise could not complete High School thoughHope Scholarships; Graduated the third class of 12 young seamstresses in Hope
Baamu Moses, Dennis Singini and Michael Christensen at the Source of the Nile Uganda Mission Report by Dennis Singini It was a vision unfolding with my ”Paul” (my missionary partner Michael Christensen) and my “Moses” (our host and community leader in Uganda). I was excited to see and learn all I could from Communities of Shalom trainings there as compared to the Mzuzu Shalom trainings conducted a week before in Malawi. When we arrived in
Dennis with Br. Julias Dear friends of WorldHope Corps: Unselfish and noble actions are the most radiant pages in the biography of souls, for its Not what we give, But what we share, for the gift without the giver Is bare. Dennis demonstrates how to make Stone Soup Thank you for sharing what you had in your hand with me to join Dr. Michael Christensen on a mission trip to Eastern Uganda in June. Indeed
“You turned my wailing into dancing; you removed my sackcloth and clothed me with joy…” Psalm 30:11-12 Beloved friends: Regardless of life’s challenges, we have much to be thankful for. Who could resist the turkey? Or the apples, pumpkins and potatoes? Who would want to? No, there’s no need or use resisting all the good things and deeds for which we can say “thanks” We can have an attitude of gratitude, focus on what is
Annual Mission Trip to Malawi, Africa May 21-31, 2011 Sponsored by: WorldHope Corps, Inc. Led by:Dr. Michael J. Christensen, Director of the Shalom Initiative, Drew University Hosted by: CitiHope Malawi and Mzuzu United Methodist Church DATES: May 21-31, 2011 (10 days) Travel Plan: Depart Dulles airport (Washington DC) on Saturday, May 21 to Lilongwe via Addis Ababa (Ethiopia); Arrive in Lilongwe, Malawi, on May 22; Return on Tuesday May 31 (actual flight times not yet confirmed).