Transforming the life of the vulnerable child.

 

 

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Every day, in every community, children suffer because their families are in crisis.

But there is hope!

The local church is uniquely positioned to love, protect, and advocate for vulnerable children. As a subsidiary of The Wesleyan Church, Hephzibah62:4 provides coaching, equipping resources, and financial support to churches throughout the U.S. and Canada so they can engage effectively with vulnerable children and families, for generational transformation. Download our FREE Prayer and Mobilization Guide, for insight and direction into meeting the needs in your community.

No longer will they call you Deserted, or name your land Desolate. But you will be called Hephzibah, and your land Beulah; for the Lord will take delight in you…

Isaiah 62:4

Equipping and mobilizing local Wesleyan churches to transform the lives of vulnerable children

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CAFO2021: September 15-17 in Cincinnati, Ohio

JOIN US IN CINCINNATI, OHIO, September 15-17, 2021. More than ever the Church needs to stand up in new ways for the most vulnerable among us. Following a year defined by separation and distance, we are preparing to gather together for CAFO2021 to experience with...

Orphan & Stand Sunday: November 7, 2021

Hephzibah62:4 is proud to partner with the Christian Alliance for Orphans to help rally the Church around the vulnerable, using Orphan Sunday or Stand Sunday as a tool. (Learn about Stand Sunday merging with Orphan Sunday in 2017.) SAVE THE DATE for your November 7,...

Hospital visit leads to unexpected adoption

A photo changed a family's trajectory forever. JODI LEWIS | JANUARY 4, 2021 | WesLife Access original article here.  Rev. Nathan Maskery recalls very few times when his wife, Vicky, has been persistent about taking extraordinary action. So, when it happens, he pays...

Pastor’s foster journey leads to first Stand Sunday

“I might serve another 20 years in ministry without ever having so moving a Communion experience." JODI LEWIS | OCTOBER 19, 2020 | WesLife Access original article here.  “I might serve another 20 years in ministry without ever having so moving a Communion experience.”...

Charlotte church receives Hephzibah Legacy Grant

CORE Church, a small congregation in a predominantly African-American neighborhood, is caring for its community in big ways. TRICIA RIFE | OCTOBER 5, 2020 | WESLIFE Access original article here.  CORE Church, Charlotte, North Carolina, is the 2020 Hephzibah Legacy...

August 2020 Newsletter

Is your life small enough? I don’t know about you, but a positive aspect of the pandemic for me has been the opportunity to stay home and enjoy the small things in life more often. Walks in the sunshine, family dinners and reading on the front porch swing constitute...

June 2020 Newsletter

As we grapple with racial injustice, pandemic and their compounding consequences, I am reminded of Philippians 4:6: "Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving , present your requests to God." Our Hephzibah62:4...

May 2020 Newsletter

In the darkest hours of our human existence THE LIGHT OF CHRIST SHINES THE BRIGHTEST. These recent examples show how Hephzibah62:4 and our partners are shining the light of Christ by connecting with vulnerable children and their families during the COVID-19 crisis and...

March 2020: COVID-19 Opportunities

We’ve heard it said that children are the first to suffer when times are difficult, and the last to benefit when times are good. The recent situation is hard on all of us, but how much more so for vulnerable children and families in situations of health, relationship,...

February 2020 Newsletter

Celebrating 120 years, and what's new at Hephzibah62:4! Throughout 2020 we're taking time to celebrate our rich legacy, with so many of you having played a vital part. Beginning with the ministry of Bettie Tyler and the Hephzibah Orphanage she founded in 1900, it...

Our 100% Pledge: Because all administrative costs are funded by interest earned on investment from the sale of the former Hephzibah property, every penny of your gift will be used for grants and resources to equip Wesleyan people and local church ministries committed to transforming the lives of vulnerable children.

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