One of the most inspiring qualities of Jesus was his compassion. Matthew 14:14 says, “And when Jesus went out he saw a great crowd and he was moved with compassion for them, and healed their sick.” Jesus noticed the needs of the people; he not only felt compassion for them but he was moved with compassion. His awareness of the situation and his emotions motivated him to act and initiate change. Compassion is not merely a feeling of sympathy or pity. It requires action. We at Grace New Hope are moved with compassion for our local and global community. It is our objective to “Go into all the world and preach the Good News to everyone” (Mark 16:15). Partner with us as we fulfill the great commission.
True compassion moves us to do something.
We have a huge heart for fostering at Grace. In Gwinnett County, there are 800 children in DFCS custody, only 120 have been placed in foster care families. We want to make a dent in that number! We forged a partnership with Promise 686 and Uniting Hope for Children so that we can walk alongside you as you consider fostering. Fostering is not easy; we know that. That is why we surround each foster care family with a community group that supports by providing meals, babysitting and praying. For more information check out: http://gfc.tv/snellville/next-generation/fostering-grace/. If you are interested in fostering or joining a community group email email@example.com
During this two week trip in Phnom Penh, we will be meeting with and encouraging believers, ministering to widows, attending a class at the school of discipleship, hosting VBS at a primary school, and visiting orphanages. The tentative dates for this trip are June 15 - 29 and the cost is $2500. This trip will change your life!
If you are interested in going and would like more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
GOOD NEWS CLUB:
This is a ministry in public elementary schools were kids are introduced to the Good News. Once a week, we provide snacks, play games, have a time of worship and teach Bible stories. Grace New Hope hosts Good News Club at Lovin, Starling, Pharr, and Trip Elementary. If you have children who attend these schools we would love for them to sign up HERE. If you're interested in volunteering email: email@example.com
Campus Thrive is a nonprofit organization that strives to empower middle school students to be leaders with their schools. They are trained to lead worship, teach and share the gospel with their peers. They put their training into practice once a week at their local public schools, where hundreds of kids show up and hear the gospel being shared by their classmates. Grace New Hope hosts Campus Thrive at Bay Creek, McConnell, and Couch Elementary school. For more info visit campusthrive.com. To get involved as a student leader or parent volunteer email firstname.lastname@example.org