Partnering with Kore Great Hope Charities

Partnering with Kore Great Hope Charities
Partnering with Kore Great Hope Charities in Korah - Children's Shelter (blue fence) & church is directly across the road.

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

"I Set Out to Change Lives -- But a Courageous Young Boy Changed Mine" Guest Post by Jake Boner




Over the course of the last three years, God has put a place in the center of my heart -- Korah, a neglected & poverty stricken community outside of Addis Ababa in Ethiopia. For me, Korah is more than just an urban slum on the outskirts of Ethiopia’s capital city. Korah is the epicenter of my most meaningful relationships and the beginning of my spiritual journey.

I began my first short-term missions trip with mountains of ambition and the goal to improve the lives of the people of Korah, who suffer from extreme poverty and dangerous living conditions. As I reminisce and write this post years later, I can tell you that my ambition is still unbeatable and that I have had experiences that will affect my life forever. I have learned so much by

Monday, May 19, 2014

OUR PRAYERS FOR NETSANET HAVE BEEN ANSWERED!! OUR HOPE IS IN A LIVING GOD!!!

OUR PRAYERS FOR NETSANET HAVE BEEN ANSWERED!!

OUR HOPE IS IN A LIVING GOD!!!



This morning Netsanet returned to the oncologist for results from her biopsy.  A few weeks ago he told her that she likely had breast cancer and only had a little longer to live... but so many prayed and God intervened... Here is what Netsanet wrote to me this morning...

Thursday, May 15, 2014

URGENT PRAYER NEEDED FOR NETSANET OUR KINDERGARTEN TEACHER!!


PLEASE PRAY FOR NETSANET

Post written by David Pohl

I first met Netsanet as she was teaching. Netsanet is our Hope for Korah (HFK) Kindergarten teacher and teaches the HFK children at our Daycare Compound. She is 22 years old. I was immediately impressed by her sweet spirit and witnessed a genuine love from her for the children. I think many Ethiopians have an innocence and gentleness in their face and Netsanet was no exception. I also had no idea that she was in a great deal of pain from breast cancer symptoms. 

The second time I met her, Netsanet walked up to us in the Daycare Compound. She had just returned from a Doctor visit regarding her possible breast cancer. I was standing next to Rahel Tamerit of KGHC and Tammy Brandsma an ER Nurse from my home town. Tammy introduced herself to Netsanet and explained that she was a nurse. Tammy asked her to explain what her