- Location: Undisclosed
- Number of Children: 21 (11 boys & 10 girls)
The Adi Hope Home is Hopegivers first home in the nation. For security reasons we cannot disclose its location in order to protect the men, women, and children at the Hope Home. “Adi” is the local word for “beginning” meaning first. A fitting name for the first Hope Home in this nation that worships Jesus, who is “the Beginning and the End, the First and the Last.” The home opened in 2009 and is called home by 21 children. It is located at the base of the tallest mountains in the world. The area is plagued with political strife. In the surrounding town there are 7 different army camps: 4 for on one side and 3 on the other. Because of this, there is always difficulty in the area.
The home was started by a Hopegivers Bible College graduate who has started dozens of churches himself, laboring to share the Gospel with those who have never heard the name of Jesus. The home is also a training hub for young men preparing for the Lord’s work, many who have already started several churches in their mission to reach many with the Gospel.
The area is very dependent on agriculture, with blooming yellow feilds of mustard plants setting the stage for the surrounding mountains. This area truly displays the majesty and greatness of their Creator.