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Hands Of Hope – Hands of Hope cares for orphans and children at risk in Zimbabwe in partnership with the local church.

January 2014

 

 

 

 

 

Hands of Hope January 2014 Newsletter

“Lord teach us to pray”

Welcome to 2014! Over 14 years ago, Patty and I were praying with some close friends about the AIDS pandemic in Zimbabwe. We were asking the Lord to reveal whether it was His Will for us to start an organization to love children at risk in Jesus’ name! We believe that Hands of Hope was birthed from the heart of the One who loves the “fatherless!”

I have several things that I am asking God for this year but at the top of my list is this, “Lord teach me to pray.” I desire that His name be hallowed and His will be done on earth as it is in heaven. I certainly don’t know God’s will in every situation but I do know what Jesus said in Matt. 18:14, “So it is not the will of your Father who is in heaven that one of these little ones perish.”

No not one – Blessed Vimbai Sibanda

Blessed was found wrapped in a white towel lying on a foot path on January 15, 2011. She was picked up by a resident of the village who reported the case to the Police and she was taken to Masvingo General Hospital.  She is a joyful, outspoken, stable girl.  Her biological parents are not known. However she has another family as “Word of Life International Ministries” in Bulawayo is providing hope and a future for this precious little girl. Blessed will be attending pre-school this year and we are confident that she will be blessing!

 

We (HOH) can’t begin to thank you for your generous, faithful and loving support throughout 2013! With the purchase of our new 134 acre “Habitation of Hope” property we believe 2014 will be the greatest year in our history. Would you pray with us that the Lord of the Harvest would, “Teach us to pray!”

In the mighty name of Jesus,                                                                        Website – hohafrica.org

Glen and Patty                                                                                     glen@valleychurch.org