Compassion Projects

Hope of the World Ministries has become a center for outreach through special projects of compassion helping the poor and needy throughout the earth. Several times a year new projects are presented and opportunities given for you to touch lives, meet specific needs, bring many to salvation, provide opportunities for the persecuted to be strengthened, and to literally be a vessel of healing - right from your own home. You can be a part of helping to provide water wells for the thirsty, medical relief, Bibles and support to the persecuted, bringing back the Jewish people to their homeland, building bamboo churches, caring for the needs of lepers, orphans, and more!

Hope of the World has a special ministry to helping the persecuted believers of the world and strengthening all believers with special teachings & resources on audio cds and video dvds.

The Lord said, 'When I was hungry, you gave Me something to eat, I was thirsty, and you gave me drink, I was a stranger, and you asked Me in, I was naked, and you clothed Me, sick and you visited Me, in prison, and you came to Me..."  

Current Project

Help provide sewing machines to families to be able to make a living in India.


Watch Video of Compassion Projects in Action

New Compassion Projects you can be part of

Provide Bibles and discipleship training to believers who are imprisoned, excluded from family and friends, or experiencing daily dangers just for believing in Jesus all around the world

Helping provide medical care for children with clubfoot

Helping provide supplies to build homes for needy families in Mexico
Helping provide a church building for believers in Greece to worship, minister, and evangelize for God

Ongoing projects

Helping to train up worship leaders for ministry

Providing Bees for struggling rural families who can sell honey and beeswax to pay for education, healthcare, or other basic needs

Help at risk children, in Cambodia, receive a high-quality Christian education
Help to bring the gospel and the love of Christ to the prisons in Africa