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By Faith Children are Cared for

By faith, we trust that the Lord will provide. Please join us in prayer that it will be so.

Medical Missions

Every year, Farragut church of Christ sends a group of medical professionals to serve a particular area
Recent News
  • August 4, 2014

    Free at Last! Thank God Joe is Free at Last!

    Joe was four years old when he started to work for food. Before Joe was born, the boy’s father had already abandoned his future son. When he was one year old, his mother left home to look for greener pastures in a neighboring country. Joe’s grandmother, a poor and old peasant farmer, became his guardian. Joe’s grandmother could not provide his needs and so [...]

  • July 15, 2014

    Beautiful Lake, Ugly Stories!

    I am writing to you from Kete Krachi, a town located along the shores of Ghana’s Lake Volta. I am visiting with a good friend of mine, Jason Hackmann. When one stands on the shores of the lake and casts his or her eyes across the expanse of water, it is a beautiful sight to behold! As we traveled on a small canoe across [...]

  • April 14, 2014

    BY FAITH CHILDREN ARE CARED FOR

    By: Fred Asare   The eleventh chapter of the book of Hebrews is one of my favorite Bible passages. Often when I am about to take on a challenging project I read it for inspiration and motivation. In times that I am discouraged, I read it for encouragement. I have read it countless times. However, I must confess that there are times when I [...]

  • April 7, 2014

    DFO Partners with VOH

    A new construction project has started on the Village of Hope campus. This time, it is not a children’s home. Neither is it a classroom for school children. Nevertheless, it is still very much connected with children and their needs. It is being built right next to the Andrea Browning Clinic Building of Hope Christian Hospital. The last time that a building was [...]