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About Us

Hope of a Nation, established in 2019, is a non-denominational Christian nonprofit ministry dedicated to discipling and empowering godly leaders and individuals through education, skills training, and other socioeconomic initiatives to instill hope in their communities by being Christ’s hands and feet.

We are American and Mozambican brothers and sisters in Christ with a heart to see God's love transform our communities and nations. We are ordinary people who never expected our paths to cross, but by God’s grace and intervention, He brought us together to pursue something greater than ourselves.

Our work is currently focused in the United States and the developing nation of Mozambique, Africa. Our heart is to build relationships and to connect our two nations through cross-cultural ministry and missions. This involves not only sending Americans to Mozambique for short or long-term mission opportunities, but also bringing Mozambicans to America to minister.

In Mozambique, we have worked with our Mozambican brothers and sisters-in-Christ to establish programs where we provide:

  • orphan care
  • children's ministry
  • higher education assistance to promising individuals
  • basic medical evaluation, care, and referral
  • community education classes on health, hygiene, nutrition, and disease prevention
  • education and resources for Mozambican churches to aid in their discipleship and outreach ministries

Together, we are instilling the hope that can only be found in Christ; transforming hearts, cultures, and nations to His glory.

Our Philosophy

Christ's mandate to every Christian directs all of us to make disciples of all nations. In order to make disciples, we must first know our own identity in Christ. Then, as we build relationships with others and grow in our own love for Christ, we can disciple with intent, sharing His love, encouraging others, and mentoring along the way.

We believe it is vitally important for Christ-centered ministries and organizations to work cooperatively, by sharing ideas and resources and promoting a spirit of unity within the Church body. Only then can we foster a true discipleship and kingdom mentality.

We welcome opportunities to unite with other believers, ministries, and organizations to accomplish together what we cannot do alone.

Some of Our Partnering Organizations
Working Together to Change Lives
Grace Community Assembly in Branson, Missouri Jubilee Worship Center in Harrison, Arkansas Caring for Orphans Mozambique in Temecula, California Hope House Children's Homes in Reeds Spring, Missouri Bakashana in Zambia, Africa Young Africa in Mozambique, Africa Sofala Department of Agriculture