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Ebenezer Grace Children's Home
Ebenezer Grace Children’s Home (EGCH) was the first of the Ebenezer homes, opening it’s doors in 2010 with one child. There have been many changes since then. Year-by-year the number of children, staff, and ministry continue to grow—often more than 40 children.
These children come from various backgrounds, tribes, and subcultures. Some are counted as “cursed” acoording to tribal conditions—even condemned to a death sentence. Others were abandoned as infants. Regardless of what their history, we believe that God gave each value and has a future for each child. We are thankful that for however long they remain with us, that we have the opportunity to be a part of their story, and for them to become part of our family.
House of Hope
We first met the children of House of Hope in late 2013. Each of the six children—most of which are orphans—are all living with HIV. When we visited them their home felt more like a hospice home for those facing impending death. Our desire was to practically assist with their care, and spiritually give them hope in Jesus.
We would later name them the House of Hope kids. We hope that in the midst of what can be physical hopelessness they will find the living and true hope. In Spring 2017, our desire to have them come under the Ebenezer family was fulfilled. Unique to our other homes, House of Hope has house parents (also HIV positive) that care for the children’s medical and practical needs, while we collectively care for them spiritually.