Mission: To bring hope to those living on less than $1 a day. Spreading the gospel of jesus christ through indigenous churches to meet the spiritual, physical, and economic needs of the world's poor.
Programs: Hope for today refers to projects that meet the basic needs of the community. These projects include feeding programs, clean water initiatives, care for orphans and vulnerable children, medical assistance, and crisis and disaster response. In fiscal year 2014, bright hope provided 1,098,058 meals, 5,716 people received clean water, and 34,788 people received medical services.
hope for tomorrow refers to projects that move people toward self-reliance and sustainability. This includes projects focused on church training, microenterprise, job creation programs, educational support, and human trafficking rescue and rehabilitation. In fiscal year 2014, microloans were provided to 730 families. Also, 690 people received job skills training and 314 new jobs were created. 1,627 students received scholarships for education.
hope for eternity projects provide the community with opportunities for spiritual growth and a deeper relationship with jesus christ. These projects include pastor and leadership training, evangelism and discipleship, and bible distribution. In fiscal year 2014, 705 pastors were trained.