“h.o.w? Ministry, with a business at its core, is a model of ministry that we want to encourage, as we see its impact in the lives of the widows that you work with,” says Jim Beise, global missions pastor at La Croix.
Don’t miss our new video produced by Paeton Outman showing highlights from the June 2014 mission trip!
Thanks to all who visited our open house! Soli Deo Gloria is a Latin phrase meaning for the glory of God alone. h.o.w? Ministry was started for the glory of God alone. I believe God was glorified today, and I thank each and every one of you who prayed over our open house, who shared […]
h.o.w? Ministry is opening up Christmas adoptions for the 30 h.o.w? Jewelry widows. Your $35 one-time gift helps pay for a special Christmas meal and everyday supplies for her household including body and laundry soap, toothpaste, tea, sugar and more.
We have recently received the donations we need to make our first ‘Harambee’ Scholarship a reality, and we will hand deliver the scholarship fully funding a year’s tuition and transportation for a child in need to Jacaranda Special School in January 2015.
Kimani recently was taken to the hospital for a checkup, where the doctor determined his ear is still infected or has been reinfected, possibly from water. He was given eardrops and a round of antibiotics, and the doctor advised his caregivers to carefully clean his ears daily and ensure that no water gets in. Kimani […]
h.o.w? Ministry will host an open house from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 1, at our Cape Girardeau headquarters. All of our handmade Christmas items will be available for purchase. Get a head start on your Christmas shopping by stocking up on some unique gifts that are making a difference in the lives of women and children!
New items are in our shop! Earrings, necklaces, bracelets and our 2014 Kenya blessing basket Christmas ornament. All items handmade by the h.o.w? jewelry widows in Kenya. Never to early to start your Christmas shopping ~ only 71 shopping days left!
June 2014 mission trip participant Jaley Montgomery shares a heartfelt account of her experience in Kenya.