Leah

Leah

Meet Leah. Everyone thought prescription drugs, meth addiction, and being enslaved for over 2 years by a pimp would be the final chapter of her story, yet she was rescued and given new hope and a new future! Now she has traveled halfway around the world to share Hope with others, including cleaning and clearing a clogged drainage ditch that has caused serious flooding in this Macedonian community. How can your story share Hope with others? ‪#‎HopeStartsHere‬ ‪#‎AdoptACommunity‬"

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Moving, Not Quitting

Moving, not quitting

Living in a small, one-room apartment in Romania, Pastor Alexandru and his wife share a passion to see lives transformed and their community infused with a fresh hope.  They have suffered great opposition, moving 6 times over the past few years when local religious leaders pressured the landlords “to evict the pastors”. Even so, the couple continues to press on sharing love with their neighbors and the hurting in their community. Convoy of Hope Europe is partnering with these wonderful people in the village of Horezu to bless the local teachers and civic leaders, initiate an after-school program for children, and provide firewood for the neediest residents. All this to support significant and sustainable change in their community, and strengthen…

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To Die On Our Feet

To Die on Our Feet

In the Lugansk region of eastern Ukraine, separatist forces have taken control and declared Lugansk to be an independent republic. For over a year, the Ukrainian military has been fighting to retake the land. Eighty percent of the civilians in the area have fled the fighting, and the twenty percent remaining do so because they are unable to leave. Martha and Victor are in their nineties. Their only child, a daughter Tanya, was killed by an abusive husband many years ago and they have no other family. When the fighting in Eastern Ukraine began two years ago, they had nowhere to go. Now, they are two of the thousands that have no way to find food or basic care in…

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Warming Homes And Hearts

Warming Homes and Hearts

For the last three years, Convoy of Hope Europe has been working to bring help and hope to the village of Biesti, Moldova in a unique, transforming way through our Adopt-A-Community program. While projects in Biesti have involved construction work in the school and building playgrounds, the sponsor churches in Holland and Belgium also decided to provide coal to families in Biesti that could not otherwise afford to heat their homes in the bitter Moldovan winters. One of the families who received a coal delivery recently is a young lady named Liuba and her younger brother Gheorghe. Still teenagers, Liuba and Gheorghe are no strangers to looking out for themselves. Their father began drinking heavily after the death of their…

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Spotlight On Romania

Spotlight on Romania

Florita is an elderly woman from Les, Romania. Widowed early with a young daughter to raise, Florita went to work as the postwoman in Les. Her determination to support herself was dashed a few years later when a devastating sickness stole her eyesight, leaving her completely blind. For decades, Florita lived alone in a house that did not have a finished roof and ceiling. In a country where there are no social programs for the blind and/or elderly, Florita was unable to keep out the rain, wind, and snow. Because of your support, Convoy of Hope Europe was able to identify Florita’s situation and take action. When a team from First Assembly of God in Griffin, Georgia brought a team…

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