“Pure and undefiled religion in the sight of our God and Father is this: to visit orphans and widows in their distress…”
The Goal of the Campaign
In celebration of our 15th anniversary and in anticipation of many more years of bringing orphans from Hopelessness to Home, we are launching the Hopelessness to Home: Building a Brighter Future initiative. Through our Hopelessness to Home: Building a Brighter Future Initiative we are growing Here I Am Orphan Ministries’ efforts over the next 5 years in 3 areas:
Personally and compassionately telling a child’s story (through profiles, videos, etc.) and helping families connect with the child in a distinct and loving way.
2. International Adoption Aid:
We are prayerfully hoping to expand our outreach to financially assist Christian families throughout the United States in their international adoption efforts of Waiting Children.
3. Forever Families (Pre-and Post-Adoption Support):
To provide our Forever Families with the most effective support, both before and after adoption, it is imperative that HIAOM employs a social worker or therapist who is trained in trauma-related and adoption issues. This individual would be available to counsel our Forever Families as well as assist in developing the necessary fellowship among the families through events and support groups.
To read more about the From Hopelessness to Home: Building a Brighter Future Case campaign, please see our case statement.
Your Role in the Campaign
As Here I Am Orphan Ministries seeks to obey God’s call to care for orphans and bring them from Hopelessness to Home, we invite you to partner with us in prayer and financial commitment. First, when we pray “Your kingdom come, Your will be done on earth as it is in heaven,” we are aligning our hearts to God’s heart as recorded in His word. We humbly ask you to pray, listen, and follow His lead regarding your participation in bringing orphans from Hopelessness to Home.
Secondly, if you feel God’s call to participate, we ask you to step out in faith and obedience by making a five-year commitment for the purpose of growing and sustaining the ministry.