Running the Race

It’s that time of year again, and we are excitedly gearing up for our annual Race for Hope. We cannot wait to see how God uses this event this year to make His truth known! This year’s Race for Hope features a 5k walk, 5k timed run, or 10k certified timed run. The event will… Read More»


Tune My Heart

There are so many beautiful correlations to the Christian life. So much imagery that helps us see our need for God. Like the line in Come Thou Fount: “Tune my heart to sing Thy grace” I’m a musician, so I understand the challenge of an un-tuned instrument. It sounds awful, even in its attempt to… Read More»


Rethinking “Good”

Whenever asked, “How are you?” we have typical answers. “Good.” My answers too are pretty limited. But what qualifies “good” in my mind? What makes for a good day or a good week? I think, unfortunately, it mostly has to do with how I’m feeling, life going my way, my plans getting accomplished, or things… Read More»


What We Do: Game Nights

I have the fun responsibility of planning our Friday night Girls’ Night Activities (GNAs). Each Friday night we do a different fun activity, sometimes at Vision of Hope or on Faith Church’s campus, sometimes somewhere out in the community. Recently we have had lots of opportunities to attend different game nights for our GNAs. Faith’s… Read More»


Serving in the Dominican Republic: Meet Brey

BreyAnne Eastin finished her Vision of Hope internship in January 2016 and moved to North Carolina to live with her sister, brother-in-law and their young family. While living in Lafayette, Brey completed her bachelor’s degree in Biblical counseling from Crossroads Bible College. Last summer, Brey heard about Vision of Hope’s partnership with Fundacion Red de… Read More»

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What We Do: Craft Days

Did you know Vision of Hope runs a shop? Reclaimed Hope, LLC, our nifty thrifty shop, is located in Brookston, Indiana and sells a variety of upcycled décor and jewelry made by VOH residents. This store helps financially support the ministry of VOH, gives residents opportunities to grow in job skills and is a wonderful… Read More»


How to Not be Stupid, Part 2

I love many things: dark chocolate, sunny days, chai tea, the beach, reading a good book and playing games with my family, to name a few. Discipline is not something I would think to include in such a list, yet the Bible holds up discipline as something the wise person should love. To not be… Read More»


How to Not be Stupid, Part 1

Growing up, the word “stupid” was almost considered a swear word in our house. If my brother or sister called me stupid, I was beyond offended. My parents desired to raise their children to honor the Lord and show love and kindness to others.  In their mission to teach us to love each other and… Read More»


Cultivating Love for God

I developed a love for photography from a young age. I received my first disposable camera as a gift to use during a family vacation. My photos were quite pointless. But it was a blast. A few years later I started doing mini “photo shoots” with my friends in the backyard, capturing the moments on my… Read More»

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Hope for the Hard Days

In Psalm 147, we see God’s power and might on display. It speaks of Him as the Healer, the One who numbers the stars, limitless, and our Sustainer. In light of all His power, God does not delight in our might or abilities. Instead, Psalm 147 comments, “His delight is not in the strength of the horse,… Read More»

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