Pastor E. Dewey Smith of the House of Hope in Atlanta, GA, recently announced that the church will soon be launching its third campus in Rwanda, where Smith and a team from the church recently ministered.
Posted alongside a photo gallery from the trip on Instagram, Pastor Smith wrote, “Thank GOD for a successful trip of our team in Rwanda! PLEASE pray for our church as we expand to Africa to plant the ‘House of Hope Rwanda’ and continue to combat Child Sex Trafficking across the world through our ‘Tabitha’s House’ initiative! Let’s Keep Making A Difference For God!”
Along with the House of Hope in Macon, the new campus in Rwanda will make three churches that Pastor Smith has started. The announcement of the Rwandan outreach comes as he is also celebrating his 30th year of ministry.
MACON/MIDDLE GEORGIA— Meet me for Bible Study/Worship TONIGHT at the @hohmacon!!! This will be our FIRST Bible Study in our NEW CAMPUS….. 1909 Woodland Drive!!!!!! Come Ready To Worship & Study Together!!!!!!! #FromPleasantHillToShirleyHills #HeadSwimmingBlessings #HouseOfHopeMacon #SpreadHope #FOCUS
WOW!!! The VISION is becoming a REALITY!!!! So THANKFUL for our @hohatl & @hohmacon work!!!! Thank GOD for a successful trip of our team in Rwanda!!!!! PLEASE pray for our church as we expand to Africa to plant the "House of Hope Rwanda" & continue to combat Child Sex Trafficking across the world through our "Tabitha's House" initiative!!!!! Let's Keep Making A Difference For God!!!!!!!!! #HeadSwimmingBlessings #JesusIsTheAnswer