Hephzibah62:4 grant opportunities flow out of a holistic discipleship model to wisely equip Wesleyan people, projects and church plants with financial resources and best practices in order to most effectively serve. Your generous donations will enable us to continue and to expand these opportunities!
Adoption grants and interest-free loans help to make adoption affordable and provide a child in need with a loving, Christian family. Counseling grants equip struggling adoptive families with the support they need.
This pilot initiative is aimed at equipping and mobilizing local Wesleyan churches in under-resourced areas of North America to transform the lives of vulnerable children and providing an opportunity for resourced secondary support churches to partner through prayer and financial support, a variety of projects and opportunities for short-term work teams.
Hephzibah62:4 and the Church Multiplication Collective of The Wesleyan Church are partnering to provide grant funding for church plants committed to organized ministry which aims to transform the lives of vulnerable children in their local community. These grants are available first come, first served for Wesleyan church plants meeting the requirements, with up to 10 grants awarded annually.
This 10-module online course from Christian Alliance for Orphans (CAFO) focuses on building an “everyone can do something” culture in your foster care and adoption ministry and strategically rallying your church around caring for the orphaned and vulnerable. The next course will be offered in the fall of 2020. Grant opportunities are available for Hephzibah62:4 Wesleyan Partner Church staff and lay leaders.
Orphan and Vulnerable Child (OVC) Essentials Course Grants
This unique online course provides insights and best practices on the care of vulnerable children from a Christian worldview that can be applied to current and future ministries, careers and families. The course is offered three times annually. Grant opportunities are available for Wesleyan university students and staff, as well as Hephzibah62:4 Wesleyan Partner Church staff and lay leaders.
Hephzibah62:4 has chosen the CAFO Summit as an annual gathering place each year for Wesleyan pastors and lay leaders to be inspired, encouraged and gain insight into best practices in caring for vulnerable children and expanding ministry to vulnerable children through their local church. A Wesleyan/Hephzibah62:4 Connection Dinner is held on the first evening of the main conference. A limited number of one-time scholarship opportunities up to $500 are available annually for Hephzibah62:4 Wesleyan Partner Church staff and lay leaders.