mission trip

Mission Monday: Myanmar

At Hour of Power, we strive to spread the message of love and dignity all across the globe in any way we can. Our very own Jonathan Thonglom recently returned from his heart-opening experience in Myanmar, where he traveled during Christmas with his mission group to warm the hearts of children in orphanages and young adults in school. Because the nation is predominantly Buddhist, Christians may only worship in public during the Christmas season. What a wonderful chance to take advantage of this blessing! Jonathan’s first stop on his journey was in Yangon, which is where Love Children’s Home, the orphanage, is located. LCH was started by Pastor Peter, who runs a total of 12 orphanages throughout the nation of Myanmar. Jonathan and a team of 17 other volunteers participated in Christmas activities with the children and learned from one another by sharing the gift of God’s love. LCH has

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Hour of Power CARES – A New Initiative

In the decades since Dr. Robert H. Schuller began sharing  Hour of Power with the world, we have seen some pretty incredible things. Lives have been transformed by the healing power of God’s message of love and dignity! We have continued in that proud tradition, and our positive thinking has led us to this next wonderful, inspired effort: Hour of Power Cares. As Bobby Schuller now so often says, we are called to affect the “fifteen feet of space around us,” positively impacting the lives of those we encounter. As an international ministry, reaching millions every week, our proverbial “fifteen feet” stretches to all corners of the globe! With Hour of Power Cares, we look to provide love and dignity by supplying for needs, both spiritual and practical, in our own backyard of Orange County, CA, and across many nations and peoples. Of course, we have many efforts already underway,

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