A conversation with Dr. Jenny Dyer, executive director of Hope Through Healing Hands
Apr 09 2015
Interview by Jennifer CarpenterOur words have great power. Saying one is “pro-life” carries with it a host of values and stigmas. Saying one believes in “family planning” also carries with it a host of values and stigmas. One of the core values of ESA is to uphold the belief that all life matters, from “the womb to the tomb.” All life also means all life in all nations.
Senator Bill Frist, M.D., and Former Haitian Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe Host Conversation on Rebuilding Haiti
Apr 06 2015
Apr 02 2015
By Senator Bill FristLast night Hope Through Healing Hands had the honor of hosting Dr. Ian Crozier, an Ebola physician and survivor at an event with Siloam Family Health Center. I had the privilege of talking with Ian as he shared his experiences with the packed auditorium. His message is one that deserves a wide audience.
By Jenny Eaton Dyer, PhDLast week, on Tuesday, March 26, the Center for Strategic and International Studies and Hope Through Healing Hands partnered to launch the first celebration of The Mother & Child Project: Raising Our Voices for Health and Hope, set to release March 31, 2015.
By Jenny Eaton Dyer, PhDHarperCollins Christian Publisher, Zondervan Publishing, and Hope Through Healing Hands held a private reception with contributors, media, and friends on Wednesday evening, March 25, 2015 at the 21Club in New York City to celebrate the launch of The Mother & Child Project: Raising Our Voices for Health and Hope.
Mar 31 2015
By Kay Warren
March 31, 2015 | Christianity Today
For more than a decade, God has taken me on a journey. A journey in which I had to walk by faith not by sight. I didn’t know where God was leading me, and I wasn’t sure I was ready to follow. But I did. I followed God to corners of the world I never imagined I would ever visit: places like Cambodia, Mozambique, and Rwanda. God called me out of my insulated suburban life in Southern California, opening my eyes to the painful reality of those in the most dire of circumstances—orphans, those living with HIV and AIDS, and those in extreme poverty.