At Star of Hope we have been closely monitoring developments related to COVID-19. Thankfully, while there have been no cases to date at Star of Hope, we are taking the situation seriously. The safety and well-being of our residents and the staff members who serve them is, as always, our number one priority, and, following CDC Guidelines, we have taken measures to continue to provide a safe environment for all who enter Star of Hope’s doors.
As we continue to serve and pray for the homeless men, women and children who reside and are being served at Star of Hope, we also lift up all of you – our donors, volunteers and friends – during this unusual and challenging time. Your faith in the God who saves has been at the center of Star of Hope’s ability to provide the care and programs needed for a life change to take place for someone like Ona-Maria.
Along with her three children, Ona-Maria came to Star of Hope in search of hope and a new life. “Star of Hope allowed me to focus on my own healing,” she said. “Watching so many lives be changed by the encouragement, support, and prayer of this ministry, rekindled a fire in me that the enemy was trying to snuff out.” During her time here, she found peace and an opportunity to be healed. All her experiences, both good and bad, were a part of God’s plan for her life!
Like Ona-Maria, we must all seek the peace that “surpasses all understanding” and have faith that God is in control and has a plan for all of us in these difficult times.
We are so grateful for you and your support of Star of Hope and those we continue to serve in the midst of uncertainty surrounding the world. We pray for God’s blessing on you, the Star of Hope and the homeless men, women and children who have sought refuge and help within our walls.