Setting Captives Free - Isaiah 61:1-4

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Living Like There's No Tomorrow

December 10, 2014 | by: Kim Kargbo | 1 Comments

Living under a cloud of uncertain death, such as in the time of Ebola, changes one's perspective. What if we all lived as if tomorrow weren't guaranteed? What would change?... Keep Reading

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Ebola

Celebrating 5 Years of God's Faithfulness

November 19, 2014 | by: Kim Kargbo | 0 Comments

Women of Hope is celebrating 5 years of watching God work life transformation in the lives of women affected by disabilities in Sierra Leone. Join us in praising Him for the journey so far, and anticipating what He is going to do in the future!... Keep Reading

Reflections on 21 Days of Prayer for Ebola

November 3, 2014 | by: Kim Kargbo | 0 Comments

For 21 days we prayed for a myriad of issues surrounding the Ebola crisis and those we know and love who are caught in the midst of it. Nothing really changed for the better. There is no significant improvement in the situation. What are we to do with that? How do we engage God when answers seem elusive to our fervent prayers?... Keep Reading

What can I do to help disable the power of Ebola?

October 10, 2014 | by: Kelsey Martin | 0 Comments

The devastating ripple effects of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa have left many asking, "what can I do?" Here are practical ways you can help us disable the power of Ebola.... Keep Reading

Why Truth Matters

September 8, 2014 | by: Kim Kargbo | 0 Comments

Our President, Kim Kargbo, is arriving back in the United States this week after delivering relief supplies and training community leaders to fight the Ebola virus. She offers a unique and intense perspective into Sierra Leone's true problems- problems far greater than Ebola. ... Keep Reading

Featured at The Huffington Post!

June 20, 2014 | by: Clarissa Sidhom | 1 Comments

We're so excited that The Huffington Post featured our ministry in “How Faith-Based Groups Are Doing Good in the World”! ... Keep Reading

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Awareness

Something More Than Bread (or Rice)

June 18, 2014 | by: Kim Kargbo | 1 Comments

Once people figure out we’re not going to be their daily rice and sauce, many leave. But some - those the Father has chosen - have seen something more. They stick around, listening for words of life - seeking a new life, not a new meal - and perceiving that it is here that that new life might be found.... Keep Reading

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Spiritual Lessons

Fatmata's Story

June 11, 2014 | by: Kelsey Martin | 0 Comments

Fatmata has suffered from a painful, chronic ulcer that for about 14 years of her. She had been to numerous doctors and heard many opinions, but no one really knew why her wound would not heal. After much prayer and medical professionals working to gather on both sides of the ocean, we believe to have discovered the proper treatment for Fatmata. Will you join with us over the next five weeks and pray for her healing?... Keep Reading

Fasting from Fasting this Lent

April 19, 2014 | by: Kelsey Martin | 0 Comments

As many of us break from fasting during the Lenten season and we look to the empty tomb, let us examine Isaiah's exhortation to true fasting. What would it look like to live a lifestyle of true fasting?... Keep Reading

Worship, Prayer, and Doing Good

January 5, 2014 | by: Guest | 0 Comments

See how one singer/song-writer has used her gifts and her worship to impact the lives of women in Africa.... Keep Reading

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