Leesville, LA (PRWEB) January 07, 2014
Hope Builders Ministries is restoring dignity to vulnerable orphans and widows in Sub-Sahara Africa through its current Dignity Project. Donors can provide dignity to widows and orphaned children for as little as $30 per month. Donations provide education, food and a home, which gives hope and dignity to the vulnerable.
It is estimated that more than 25 percent, or 35 million, of the children in Sub-Sahara Africa are orphans. The main causes are HIV/AIDS, malaria and water-borne diseases. One out of nine will die before the age of 5, with malaria being the leading cause of death for children under age 5. One widow, Mama Rosa, said that her dignity has been restored with the gift of a garden, enabling her to provide for herself and orphans in her care.
Hope Builders Ministries partners in Africa and around the world with indigenous Christian leaders to empower and encourage them in Christian ministry in their communities, including ministry to vulnerable children and widows.
For more information, please contact Hope Builders Ministries at 434-964-1032, or via email at info(at)hbmin(dot)org.
About the Ministry:
The goal of Hope Builders Ministries worldwide is to be obedient to the Great Commission of Jesus Christ. In obedience to this command, HBM is determined to encourage and empower indigenous ministries proclaiming the name of Jesus Christ. This encouragement and empowerment is facilitated through close, vital relationships and strategic partnerships between Christians from developed countries to Christians in developing countries. The partnerships translate into financial support for strategic development of pastoral training and disciple making in the context of the local church. Growing out of this strategic focus is the need for Bibles for biblical training for the pastors and their wives (Lydia Circle) and helping widows and orphans through the Dignity Project. HBM facilitates support for these vital ministries and provides the accountability necessary to insure the integrity of the support rendered. To learn more, visit their website at http://www.hbmin.org/.