Posted by: Omar C. Garcia | November 17, 2013

Hope Center Video Tour

Poipet, Cambodia

We have had a wonderful week working at The Hope Center with our dear friend and ministry partner Steve Hyde. With the center scheduled to be dedicated in three weeks, The Hope Center is a busy place. I thought you might enjoy a video tour of the center in order to have a better idea of all that is happening to prepare for the dedication and opening day.

The Exterior | As The Hope Center takes shape, you can already see how beautiful the building will be. In the coming weeks the painting will be completed and landscaping will be added.

The Grand Entry and First Floor | The first floor of The hope Center will be a busy place where poor women and children will receive optical, dental, and medical care and pregnancy help counseling. This floor also houses a kitchen, a staff meeting area, and a large conference room.

The Second Floor | The second floor of the center will house administrative offices, an additional counseling room, a prayer room, a children’s library, and bedrooms for visiting teams.

The Third Floor | The third floor will serve as an activities area for lunches and meetings. This floor features a beautiful panoramic view of the surrounding area.

The Wall of Praise and Outside Perimeter | One of the most exciting features of The Hope Center will be the Wall of Praise where the names of children saved from abortion will be engraved on small bricks and displayed on the wall. This facility is the first phase of The Hope Center. Still to come is a children’s feeding center and a school for the poorest kids in the area.

A Word from Steve Hyde | Steve Hyde is a big man with an even bigger vision of reaching Cambodia for Christ. In addition to running the largest publishing house in Cambodia, Steve and his staff have trained thousands of church planters throughout Asia. His ministry also cares for orphans and is on the front lines of the fight against the trafficking of children. Steve offers a word of thanks to Kingsland and all of the ministry partners who are helping to make The Hope Center a reality.


Responses

  1. this is a true version of LIVE58….

    • Indeed it is, Adriana. Our missions ministry is actively engaged in living out the message of Isaiah 58 on both local and international fronts. For the past several years we have been engaged in initiatives to care for the poor, fight human trafficking, care for the homeless, mentor at-risk kids, minister to widows and orphans, and so much more. Most of the 3,000 plus volunteers that we mobilize to serve annually live out the message of Isaiah 58 in lots of practical ways. The Hope Center in Cambodia is just one of the many ways we are seeking to make a difference in the lives of the poor.


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