Compassionate Hope is Rescuing the “Least of These” in Southeast Asia
THE KING WILL REPLY, “TRULY I TELL YOU, WHATEVER YOU DID FOR ONE OF THE LEAST OF THESE BROTHERS AND SISTERS OF MINE, YOU DID IT FOR ME.”
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Discover What God is Doing in Southeast Asia
At Compassionate Hope, we are burdened by God’s compassionate love for children who were once weak, poor, vulnerable, and fatherless in Southeast Asia.
Why Trafficking Happens
Human trafficking occurs when the weak, the poor, the vulnerable (i.e., “the least of these”) are forced into exploitation and servitude. See how many of these young people arrive at a point where they need our intervention and care.
Villages of Hope address the wholistic needs of children coming out of an abusive situation. Villages consist of 10 Homes of Hope (20 children per home plus houseparents), a school, a church, and small businesses for vocational training.
Compassionate Hope provides hope and a future to victims and potential victims of human trafficking and religious persecution in Southeast Asia. We believe these “victims” are what the Scriptures refer to as “the least of these.”