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Hope Houses taking over!

The hallways of Homes of Hope are being taken over by miniature houses! It must mean it's that time again: our Annual Hope House Dinner and Auction is on April 29th! The men in our intern program built these houses and local artists around Greenville have been beautifully decorating them to be auctioned off to benefit our ministry. I glance out my office door and I see a ...

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Who Am I? "I finally know my calling"...

In last week's blog we shared about the challenging journey our interns experience as they start to shed the old clothes of past habits, mistakes, and mindsets and begin to embrace the new identity and new life that is available in Christ Jesus. We see that our men exist at very different stages in this process. Each is genuinely asking, "Who am I?" Our Men's Development s...

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Who am I? Part 1

The morning starts early for the men in our intern program. They start each day at 6:45am as they drive in from where they live at Samaritan Village to gather together for a time of praise and worship and Biblical instruction by our men's development staff before beginning that day's construction and landscaping projects. Central to our mission in providing a second chance...

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Good News from West Greenville!

In a recent West Greenville Neighborhood meeting Homes of Hope's Asset Development Manager, Denice, celebrated theattendance of 15 tenants from our community developments at Kingsview Point and Peridot. This attendance was higher than previous months and a noteworthy moment for staff because as we venture into neighborhoods like West Greenville and begin to revitalize comm...

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Reelin' in a World-Class Partner

FLW Outdoors, the largest fishing tournament organization in the world, is coming to Greenville and has chosen Homes of Hope as the local organization where their professional anglers will be volunteering on March 23rd. Professional anglers will work alongside Homes of Hope program interns on affordable housing construction projects that day. All Homes of Hope interns are ...

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Solid Reflections via Slippery Rock University

Slippery Rock students Homes of Hope Another week is moving quickly into the weekend here and we can't help but to reflect over the time we've shared with our "Care Break" volunteers from Slippery Rock University. Sixteen students and chaperones joined us from Pennsylvania to partner with our staff and the men in our year-long internship program to rehabilitate a donated...

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