Builders across America knew something was wrong but couldn’t quite put their finger on it. Those who build Homes for Hope have come to realize that handouts don’t always help, they can hurt.
Have you ever wondered what is happening behind the scenes of your donations? This podcast is a window into the monitoring and evaluation of our sister organization HOPE International, who is responsible for putting your donations to work on the ground.
Life gets hectic in the homebuilding industry leaving very little room for freeing people who are spiritually impoverished in our own backyards.
As Christians who happen to build homes for a living we live in a very diverse industry with a crazy amount of outside influences, and if we aren’t careful we can lose track of our identity. In times like that we are reminded that “we are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand, that we should walk in them.” Ephesians 2:10
Learn how Beinvenida went from making $5 a day selling chicken on a road side to selling over 100lbs of chicken every day in her pico pollo shop in Quisqueya, Dominican Republic.
Last month, Homes for Hope was honored to be featured on 89.7 WAY-FM’s weekly Community Spotlight. Executive Director, Jack Nulty sat down with Bryan Johns of WAY-FM to talk about the history, impact, and vision of Homes for Hope and HOPE International.