The House of Love was founded in 1995 to provide hospice care for women infected by HIV. Over the years the ministry expanded to care for at-risk hilltribe children. Today, the national staff and global servants Alise & Mark Juanes are sensing that God is moving the House of Love in a new direction that will expand the ministry outside their walls.
This project seeks to raise $1,960 annually in order to financially support Black missionaries and lessen their fundraising challenges as they being their term of service overseas.
This project will provide pulse oximeters for hundreds of South African’s suffering in the COVID pandemic in 2021.
This project seeks to raise $41,176 to purchase a new vehicle for the eye clinic in Cap-Haitien.
This project seeks to raise $31,400 annually in order to prepare young Congolese women and men spiritually and intellectually be leaders in their rural communities.