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In House of Hope I learned

In House of Hope I learned that a disinterested and genuine hug from a child is the perfect medicine for stress. Living there it broke my individualism and  I understood, (because knowing and understanding are things totally different) just like Jesus we are here to serve. Apart from finding wonderful friends, talented and overcomers in life, I could say something special from each one of them.

My life was blessed when I was in Casa Esperanza, I learned a bunch and they help me alot. Overall, I meet wonderful children, from them I know, that with the help of God they will get far and for that reason,  there is people willing to love and guide them in the right path, which pray with and for them. Living in La Pintana does not make you worst person but brings the best version of yourself, who live and work in House of Hope know it best.

Carolina Pailahueque


Happy Anniversary

Happy birthday to Casa Esperanza/ House of Hope. Eight amazing years of faithful service to young women in Chile who do desperately need to experience the love of Christ in their practical and spiritual lives.

Not only that, but trusting in God, the ministry has been expanded to help children and families in the community as well. We look forward to see what God will do through Casa Esperanza before the ninth birthday celebration.

Joseph d. Botana
Director VFC.


Safe Place

It’s 3:25 in the morning, the doorbell rings. “Hello, hello, hello, Uncle Danny, Aunt Stephanie!!!” Shouts from the street. Who is this 15 year-old teen-child covered in a blanket, shivering from the cold, asking for help because she couldn’t be with the person she was living with any more due to very complex situations. “I didn’t know where to go. Let me live with you. Please, I do not want to return to the home or live in the street.” We met this young woman 2 years ago because she lived in a children’s home close to us and attended the community hope program as well as classes in the community center. She was my student in drums but was frustrated because she said she couldn’t get the rhythm, yet she ended up playing a song at the end of the year in front of 100 people. She was also an English student of Stephanie in a nearby school where we help and was able to pass the course. She now lives with us and we hope to be able to make an integral contribution to her short life.

Prayer: God, help us to be able to open the doors of our house and our hearts to the people who need it through us.

Daniel Trujillo