Women of Hope Blog
Posted by Emily Lansdell on September 12, 2019
When people first hear about the Women of Hope ministry at Healing Hands, they don’t always realize the impact the ministry has in the U.S. in addition to its impact abroad.
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Posted by Alisa Van Dyke on July 11, 2019
Like so many girls in Africa, Abigail has faced great difficulties in her short life. At age eight, her parents made the difficult decision to give her to a man to be his future bride.
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Posted by Meredith Beck on July 27, 2018
Back in May, students across the United States spent hours studying for final exams.  At the same time, there was another group of hardworking students on the other side of the world who were also getting ready to take exams.  
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Posted by Alisa Van Dyke on July 19, 2018
Meet our friend Agnes who lives in Zambia. She delivered her baby on the same morning our team distributed hand sewn women’s hygiene packs at the Namwianga hospital in Zambia. As we explained how and why to use the items in the drawstring sack, her face lit up! “Thank you, thank you...” she kept whispering. 
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Posted by Zach Bissell on May 30, 2018
Earlier this month, we held two Dorcas workshops here at our Nashville office. We had a full house of determined women both days who sewed flutter sleeve and Barbie doll dresses for our M.A.G.I. boxes. We provided the women with heavier fabric to take home to sew book bags.
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