In 2015, Promise Child began working with women in Arua, Uganda that have been through the most horrific experiences that one could imagine. By providing them a safe shelter, we can keep them from the terrors of human trafficking. We not only have an outreach program that is reaching girls on the street with God’s Word weekly, but our Promise of Hope House has a one-year discipleship program bringing these young ladies off of the street and caring for their every need.
Most importantly, this one year program is an internship that allows them to get grounded in the Word of God and serve within the body of Calvary Chapel Arua. Our past graduating students have continued in Christian education, gone through more extensive discipleship training, have been sent to job training, and many are in college being provided for through our Jeremiah Fund.
It is estimated that there are up to to 12,000 children exploited in sex trafficking in Uganda. In 2020, the government reported children were sold at markets for $5.46-$13.70.
Transformational Testimonies From Uganda
We’ve had the pleasure of serving young women with a wide range of needs and trauma throughout the years. Although it’s difficult to hear these stories and see the pain many women worldwide wrongfully suffer, it’s necessary. We need to listen to their voices, see their faces, and meet their needs! We want our Promise Girls to know that they are not invisible, that we have a God who sees and is acquainted with sorrow. Please take a few minutes to hear their stories and see their transformation.
Purchase With A Purpose
We have designed a clothing line specifically to raise awareness and funds for our Promise of Hope House! We have shirts for men, women, and children so that everyone can participate in helping formerly trafficked women find hope and healing in Jesus Christ. The image on the back of this Promise Child T-shirt is a Ugandan flag-colored silhouette of Scovia. She is one of the many women who has been transformed by finding salvation, value, and hope in Christ at our Promise of Hope House. Our home is a live-in rehabilitation facility for women trapped in human trafficking in Uganda. Scovia is now the full-time director of our Promise of Hope House, caring for women, leading Bible studies, outreaches, and helping women find the same restoration she experienced; to God be all glory! Visit our shop today, and rest assured that 100% of profits go directly towards caring for the incredible young women currently enrolled at our Promise of Hope House! It’s really that simple.
We are bursting with joy in seeing God’s work and being a part of it. Serving and sowing into something so urgent like the Promise of Hope House is exciting! Join the movement, and give hope!
– Ryan Steadman (LostN’Found Clothing CFO)