HOPE Children's Home

     HOPE Children's home is located in the south Indian State of Andhra Pradesh near the Bay of Bengal. RHM first became acquainted with Sister Buelah, HOPE's "mommy", in 1994. Buelah worked in a leper colony and for children's homes in the 12 years prior to the start of HOPE in 1998. The HOPE family began with one child and currently has about 40 children. 

      In the beginning, Buelah took kids into her home but today the girls and boys live in separate houses on different properties.

     Many of our children come from difficult and painful situations. Abandonment, abuse, poverty, and neglect are common threads throughout the stories of their short lives. We praise God that he will take these threads of sadness and weave them into a work of beauty and grace as they seek him. Each home has morning and evening devotions which include prayer, singing, scripture memory, and teaching from the word.

      Perhaps one of the most exciting aspects of the HOPE family has been watching so many of these kids become leaders among the other children and servants of Christ through ministry outside of the home. Many of our older girls in particular visit local villages on a weekly basis and lead various songs, skits, and activities for the poor tribal children.

      We believe that the Lord has called us to commit to each child he brings our way and this includes preparing them for life beyond their years in our home. We don't simply desire to get them a job and send them away when they reach adulthood. We want to stay devoted while he or she gets settled in life - whether that is a career, marriage, and/or ministry. We provide them with the opportunity for higher education and the spiritual guidance they need to make successful choices for their future. 


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Psalm 68:5-6

A father to the fatherless and a judge for the widow is God in his holy habitation. 

God makes a home for the lonely.

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