Just when you thought the world couldn’t get any crazier, it shows you it can. How else can you describe the last 3 years? As Covid panic settles down other things have crept into the mix to keep many areas in chaos: presidential assassinations, anti-conversion laws, and widespread inflation just to name a few. We should not be surprised. God told us this world would get worse as His day approaches.
But God’s work continues. Heart of the Bride has not pulled back; we have pressed on. We have leaned into our mission found in Isaiah 1:17:
“learn to do good; seek justice, correct oppression; bring justice to the fatherless, lead the widow’s cause.”
As God continues to lead, He is showing us more ways to join Him in reaching the forgotten and oppressed in this world.
We invite you to read our online newsletter and celebrate what God has been doing. See the stories of hope springing from this messed up world through the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Thank you for joining us on this journey. You are a huge part of the stories of hope you are about to read.
Stories from throughout the year.
Joy from pain.
Sometimes, all you need is a picture. Take a look at these girls in our Daughters of Destiny program in Kitwe, Zambia. From the picture you would never guess that Mapalo and Naomi were rescued
Is there something for us? (Zambia update)
For years, our missionaries and staff would pass Joe on the street and he would ask, "Is there something for us?" Joe was an older boy who did not qualify for our residence program because
On the Emerald Coast there is HOPE in crisis.
After 23 years of working mainly overseas, you might be surprised to know that Heart of the Bride is working in the Florida panhandle. In October of 2021, Heart of the Bride became the implementing
Haiti update, there’s HOPE in chaos.
Since the assassination of the Haitian President in July of 2021, Haiti has been a country in chaos. There continues to be little government and much of the country is under gang rule. However, God's
Hope from brokenness in Kenya
The gospel of Jesus offers us hope and, because of that, we can offer it to the many children God brings to us. The Eagles Christian Academy in Kithianio, Kenya, continues to offer hope through