Grant Me Hope
and church families
Grant Me Hope will come along side the members of your church who are diligently working to support orphans, foster children and foster and adoptive families.
We will help you educate the church about the desperate need for more foster families, so foster children have a home and family while they’re dealing with the trauma that necessitated foster care.
We’ll help introduce the children who are hoping for family.
Become a HOPE CHAMPION
The Hope Champion is the liaison between your church and Grant Me Hope.
The Hope Champion is a network-builder, a cheerleader, an organizer and so much more! But don’t be put off, Grant Me Hope will be there with you every step of the way as you’re there for your churches wrap-around team and your foster and adoptive families.
When we call for volunteers,
Become part of a wrap-around group
Grant Me Hope will help identify the needs of foster and adoptive families within the church and work to build a support network for those families.
Experts in the field agree, a strong support network is the most important tool foster and adoptive families can have. Whether it’s someone to bring a meal now and then, a tutor or mentor, music lessons, respite, babysitting or a hand to hold at a court hearing, the need for support is unlimited.
The church family is a solid place to find that support.
Prayer Cards | Prayer Warriors
When we visit your church family, we bring prayer cards. These cards are photos of Michigan children who are available for and hope for adoption and they display the child’s first name and a few tidbits about them. We simply ask that the person who takes a card, prays for that child; for adoption, for strength, for hope, peace, love and guidance. For the strength of their worker, for their future family and for their future in general.
Prayer Warriors are those people willing to take five to 10 cards and pray for each of those children every day.
Schedule a meeting with a member of a team, plan to have us join you for a service or get more information by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.