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Cultural Activities for Kids That Your Whole Family Will Love

One of the greatest joys of being a parent is getting to help your children explore the magic in the world around them. When we allow our children to explore, it gives them the ...
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Teach Gratitude with These 4 Christian Activities for Kids

It’s easy to let the words “thank you” lose their meaning. When someone does something nice for you, it’s an automatic response. Often, we say the words without really stopping ...
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All the Essentials Your Mission Trip Packing List Needs and Why

Planning your mission trip packing list is much different than planning for a vacation. Depending on your destination and the purpose of your mission, what you pack can vary ...
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For The Love of My Mother - Samuel’s Story

Missions of Hope International (MOHI) has a Skills Training Center in Kariobangi. This is where, on any given day, you are likely to find 20-year-old Samuel Chogo. He is a ...
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The Power of Prayer for Mission Trips

The opportunity to share Christ and His teaching is an exciting part of being a Christian. Whether you’re planning a mission trip or taking part in a mission trip as part of a ...
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NEWS UPDATE:  Doors Open at our Coram Deo center

Since Missions of Hope International (MOHI) was instituted 20 years ago, we have grown from serving 50 children in one section of the slums to over 18,000 children in 24 ...
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Crowdfunding: How to Raise Money for a Mission Trip Online

A few months ago, we gave you 31 ideas for hosting fundraisers for upcoming mission trips. Many of those ideas were fun and creative – but they required a physical presence or ...
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Gitathuru Center has been like home to me

Berata Irama is a grade eight student at Missions of Hope International (MOHI) Gitathuru Center.
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From Thief To Shepherd

My name is Jesse Mwangi Mureithi and I was born 18 years ago as the first born child in a family of two boys. I was raised in Nairobi’s Kiamaiko area by my two parents. My ...
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