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The Power of the Gospel

The Power of the Gospel HOPE61 national trainer Emmanuel “Emma” Luswata lives with his wife and two children in Kampala, Uganda, where he is the lead pastor at Holy Ghost Cathedral. In the midst of the pandemic lockdowns and quarantines, Pastor Emma could not hold church services or lead HOPE61 trainings. But he refused to

The Impact of One

The Impact of One As restrictions from the COVID-19 pandemic began to ease in rural Uganda in August, HOPE61 trainers there began to schedule and facilitate ENGAGE trainings across the region. Careful to abide by all governmental and health standards in place, people attended these trainings to learn how to prevent human trafficking in their

Looking Ahead

Looking Ahead The worldwide shut down caused by the COVID-19 virus continues, although breaks are starting to appear in the cloudy skies. I pray and hope that we are nearing the end of widespread isolation and quarantine across the globe. At HOPE61, we have been using this time to work on many important projects and

You Will Not Fear

You Will Not Fear The worldwide shutdown of activity due to the COVID-19 virus has significantly impacted the ministry of HOPE61. We are certainly not alone, as nearly every business, ministry, and individual on the planet has been impacted in major ways. All of our ENGAGE and MULTIPLY trainings around the world have been suspended

Creative Business Prevents Trafficking

Creative Business Prevents Trafficking In April 2018, ONE man attended a HOPE61 training program in Kiteezi, Uganda, to learn how to prevent human trafficking in his area. In HOPE61 training, participants learn what is causing people to be vulnerable to becoming involved in human trafficking. They also learn that EVERYONE has assets, skills, and resources

Going Above and Beyond

Going Above and Beyond As I explained the vision of HOPE61, One Mission Society’s human trafficking prevention ministry, to my new friend Amanda, she looked at me thoughtfully. We were paired together to practice support presentations with one another, but God had a bigger purpose for our meeting. When I finished my presentation, she said,

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