An International
Development
Strategy

Hope In View empowers churches to transform their communities through:

  • Discipleship and mentoring
  • Leadership Training
  • Self-help savings groups
  • Health education
  • Training in peacemaking
  • Child sponsorship

What's New

Another Chance to Double Your Impact

Double Your Impact Generous donors have once again promised to match up to $25,000 in donations to Hope In View’s general fund from now through December 31, 2020. Your gift will change lives and entire communities. You can double your impact by donating today! “We had decided to separate, my wife and kids going to her parents where they could eat, even though that would shame me in their eyes. Just as we ate the last food in the house, my overseer called to say he was bringing us enough flour, cooking oil, and spaghetti to last a month. It was a... [more]

Crisis Upon Crisis

Heavy Flooding of the Awash   Heavy rains this summer caused flooding, the worst ever in the region, which has displaced some 300,000 people in Ethiopia. Our colleague Fikadu found 50-60 people crowded into small mud houses built for 5-6 in the Meki area, where he had gone to distribute food from our matching grant to families destitute from COVID. We’ve offered his denomination another matching grant to raise relief for those whose houses and fields are still under water. Our colleague Mezgebu’s denomination has delayed baptism for 1500 new converts because the Awash River... [more]

Reporting Back on Our Response to COVID-19 in Ethiopia

  Reports are now mostly in from the nine different organizations or movements to which partners like you gave COVID relief money last spring. Because we used some of the money for matching grants to Ethiopians, they added an extra $12,408. In all, 1,655 families consisting of at least 8,081 individuals received life-saving oil, grain, and in many cases masks and soap. These were leaders, members, or needy neighbors of 241 churches. Here are some of their stories: One woman sat down to eat with her child, telling the child this would be their last meal. While they were eating, they... [more]