Beacon of Hope stands out to me as the hardest place for me to leave. I fell in love with the kids we worked with there, and saw how Beacon of Hope absolutely lives up to its name. It operates as a Boy’s Home, but it’s main purpose is to equip and propel needy young men into a successful, fulfilling and sustainable life, free from the bondage of poverty that is so apparent in their country (58% of children live below the poverty line). Most of the boys who stay there do not have a father or anyone to care for them and guide their steps. Beacon of Hope provides not only food, shelter and education, but a high priority is put on teaching them responsibility, social skills, and the Love of Christ. Learn more about Beacon of Hope Mozambique HERE or watch HERE.