Tag Archive | Hope Intl

How Not to Do International Aid

Found this post a week ago or so, but wanted to share it with you. Matador Change highlighted what it calls the seven worst international aid ideas. Here are the intro, the seven ideas, and the conclusion: Maybe their hearts were in the right place. Maybe not. Either way, these are solid contenders for the […]

I Knew Him Way Back When

I don’t usually turn to CBN or the 700 Club for my news, but they had a nice piece on microfinance  yesterday that featured my college friend Peter Greer and the microfinance organization he founded, HOPE International. We were in an outreach group together back in those days at Messiah College, but I don’t think […]

Keeping Priorities in Line

Some good reminders from my friend Peter Greer’s blog. Greer is the founder, president, and CEO of Hope International, a microfinance organization that operates worldwide with the goal to honor Christ with their work. Greer and I were in an outreach group together back in our Messiah College days, and he is an amazingly talented […]