The Hope Movement is a 501 (c) (3) Christian non-profit. Our mission is to shake the comfort zone of God’s people to renew our minds, uniting us as one to impact lives through evangelistic, holistic and transformative methods to bring nations closer to Jesus Christ, breaking the cycle of spiritual and physical poverty and loosening the chains of bondage.
The Hope Movement is not an organization, or a one man show. It is a movement of destined individuals united as one, dedicating our lives to the rescue and care of children and adults living in desperate need. A new day has arrived and the Hope Movement is the formation of a generation of transformation.
Check out just some of the life transforming activities we conducted in the month of May. Thousands of meals were service, Bible Study/ Prayer cell groups were started, church services held in our center in Guatemala City, food distribution, clothing distribution, counseling sessions and much more.
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Rosita who we helped when she was a baby to recover from malnutrition and TB asked for prayer because she was sick her finger was swollen and hurt. She attends with her family the programs at the Haven of Hope and also attends our Bible/ Prayer Cell Group. Saturday June 4th it was raining very hard and a large storm was over the horizon but she still came alone to show us that her finger was healed. These testimonies encourages us to continue serving the Lord for those in need and especially children of the Haven of Hope in Escuintla, Guatemala.
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On June 15th our team in Guatemala traveled to Puerto de San Jose where we met a beautiful group of children at a local school, most who live four kilometers (3 Miles) away from the school in the village Los Tubos. They live and work at the trash dump to help their families survive by recycling materials found in the dump. These children travel by old raggedy bikes or by foot alone or in groups amid sugar cane and banana crops in order to study at this school. We met the school director, Azmitia and a teacher and they explained to us that the children often arrive to school with an empty stomach, making it difficult for them to focus on their studies.