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@HopeMob Director, Leroy Barber reports on his recent visit to the Dominican Republic. Rod and Twila Davis have been quietly and faithfully serving the barrio in La Vega for the past 22 years.
This conversation between Rod and Leroy is a discussion of Rod’s journey, with his family, to serving in the Dominican. Rod admits he and his wife arrived in Haiti with “delusions of grandeur” and was quickly humbled by how much he needed to rely on the help and support of his incredible new neighbors.
Watch the story of Eric Knox and his program: Holla Mentors
This is the story of Amy Williams and her work in Chicago’s Humboldt Park.
How we respond to the shootings of Alton Sterling, Philando Castile, and the Dallas Police Officers?
In this HopeMob live panel, Leroy Barber (HopeMob Director), Michelle Higgins (Faith for Justice), Johnathan Brooks (Canaan Community Church) and Mary Glenn (Co-Director of City Net, Senior Chaplain, Alhambra Police Department, LA County) discuss how they responded to the Alton Sterling, Philand Castile and Dallas Police Officer shootings.
Checkout this article from the Faithfully podcast about the launch of @HopeMob
This is the story of Pastor Jonathan Brooks and his ministry in the Englewood neighborhood of Chicago. Read more about this story and campaign.