What Do You See?

When you look at that picture, what future do you see? Will you picture yourself coming alongside and filling the nurture gap that so greatly influences a child’s future?

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Harborside Moms Group Sponsors a Home!

HARBORSIDE MOMS GROUP SPONSORS A HOME! We cannot brag on these ladies from Harborside Church enough. We want to thank each and every one of them for putting together a walk-a-thon for A Door Of Hope to help sponsor a home. Through their efforts, they were able to...

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How To Prevent Human Trafficking

Can we truly prevent our most vulnerable children from being trafficked? The answer is a resounding yes! Body of Christ, we must spread this message throughout our community. We hear almost daily in the news about children being rescued. We hear about sting...

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Join Us As A Hope Partner

There is something about a baby, a newborn baby, needing a foster home that deeply impacts me. All abuse, regardless of age, is horrific and should make our stomachs churn. But sometimes, I wonder why a baby being cast aside or broken by those that should love them...

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Pray With Us!

With 2015 quickly coming to a close, our entire team here at A Door Of Hope would like to thank you for your support and prayers this past year. What a year it has been! We’ve seen growth in every area of our ministry: our church partners, our licensed foster homes,...

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The Lord’s Love

Last night I was sitting at a red light listening to the new Steven Curtis Chapman song ‘Amen.’ I was overwhelmed by our Lord’s love as I prayed for a two-month-old little girl that had just been placed in one of our homes. I was in awe of how the Lord was using the...

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Encounter With the Cross

Eight-year-old Sebastian entered the Cooper’s home with bright eyes and a head full of lice. The last ten hours had been a whirlwind. All he knew was that he was in a stranger’s house with a mom, a dad, and another young boy named George. The first night consisted of...

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I Am Loved

We know a wonderful 8th grade teacher who loves to talk about her experience as a foster mom. So after telling her new class about her role, she was delighted when one student shared that she’d been in foster care. Below, the teacher writes what came next: “My student...

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Scary Movies. Vampires. Skunks. Smelly Dogs.

Abuse. Neglect. Abandonment. When children are removed from their homes for reasons like these, child protective investigators must conduct an in-depth investigation. Why? Because we want to know as much about that child as possible in order to match them with the...

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