Sunday, December 25, 2011

Christmas Update on Hope Scholarship House from Rev. Copeland Nkhata


Dr. Christensen and Rev. Nkhata 'break ground" for new Hope House in 2011
These photos show how much progress we have made in constructing the HOPE SCHOLARSHIP HOUSE to make our dream sustainable in empowering many souls that God has placed in our care.   


The ring beam is next and then the roofing in January.  The house should be ready for occupancy in just a few more months.


What began in 2007 as a charitable educational project of Mzuzu United Methodist Church and WorldHope Corps to support selected youth who otherwise could not attend secondary school, will now become a self-supporting, sustainable, on-going scholarship program for boys and girls motivated to complete their education.   By building a beautiful, 4-bedroom family house in a new development area of Mzuzu that will generate monthly rental income, we will be able to support selected recipients through High School. (See previous posts on Hope Scholarship Program).  


We are grateful for all your support in 2011.  We will complete the building project in 2012, to support the next class of Hope Scholarship recipients.  Thank you for all your support through the years.

Rev. Copeland Nhkata, Program Director

WorldHope Corps Scholarship Recipients of 2009-2010