Hope for the Whole Community

Persecuted Christians are trapped in a generational cycle of poverty and persecution. We are breaking that cycle through Hope House.

In many Muslim countries, Christians are considered third-class citizens. Christian children are denied a quality education, while their parents are without access to capital to start businesses and suffer constant job discrimination. This leaves them stuck in an unending multi-generational cycle of poverty. Here's how we help:



Hope House provides Christian students with supplemental classes like literature, social studies, mathematics, discipleship and Bible classes. In a culture that tells them that they will forever be second-class citizens, Hope House provides an opportunity for a better life.

Job Training

Job Training

Hope House is actively building up entire Christian community, giving Christians the tools and capital they need to thrive in an otherwise hostile country. Vocational classes are available to help parents support their families. Through this program, Christians are supported from every angle.

Small Businesses

Small Businesses

Small business loans are available to the mothers and fathers of the children, giving the parents the chance to start their own businesses. These loans enable Christian families to sustain themselves. They also restore a sense of dignity as parents are able to provide for their families.

"I had to go to work at 10 years old. I want to see Hana educated and reach his dreams—to have the chance I didn’t have."

- Yousef, father of a Hope House student

Transform Lives with Hope House!

These funds directly support the educational and vocational training of persecuted children and families.


  • $25 | One teaching session
  • $50 | Teaching materials for one teacher for a year
  • $150 | Transportation costs for the kids to and from Hope House
  • $300 | One small business 
  • $700 | One class for the whole semester
  • $2,000 | Build out one new classroom to accommodate Hope House’s growing needs 

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Child Sponsorship Highlight: Becoming an Adult at Fourteen

01/12/2021 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – At the young age of 14, child sponsor recipient Beshoy faces the daunting task of entering the workforce.