Assisting small communities in Myanmar through Christian outreach.
Faith Love Hope seeks to restore faith and hope by sharing God’s love delivering certainty of funding and facilitating education & health care for the children of Peniel, Myanmar.
Faith Love Hope Foundation was formed to help with the financial costs of Peniel Children’s Home and Peniel Theological College on the outskirts of Yangon, Myanmar, under the leadership of Moses Liancuh.
Moses, and his wife, Sharon, run a Children’s Home which accommodates 46 children from the ages of 3 to 17 years.
These children have lost parents and family members in areas of conflict, mainly in Northern Myanmar.
He is also the head of Peniel Theological College, training 64 young students with Bible knowledge and church planting.
The vision of Faith Love Hope Foundation is for Peniel to be one site and to be able to generate their own income for sustainability.
We seek to facilitate the process of the Children’s Home, Theological College, Church and student accommodation to be on one site, as well as several other buildings which could be rented out or used as a school (eg: teaching English) or to help the local community.
All donations are appreciated and will be put towards our ideals above.
The Management Committee of Faith Love Hope Sydney
Martin has experience spanning over 28 years in the Electronic Media industry and is also the Managing Director of numerous entities. He brings vigour and determination towards helping to raise the necessary funds for the Faith Love Hope Sydney Foundation, to support the children of Peniel, Myanmar.
I’m a Registered Nurse.
The people of Myanmar are gentle and beautiful, and they have a special place in my heart. I am one of the founding members of Faith Love Hope foundation.
I work as the accountant/committee member for Faith Love Hope Sydney. Currently, I’m studying towards a Master of Sustainability at the University of Sydney. I’m passionate about sustainability and innovation and I look forward to reaching out to others through this opportunity. Outside of work and study, I enjoy playing football, tennis, cycling, going to the beach and going to church.
I am a part-time teacher. I experienced living in a developing country when I taught alongside my husband for a year in Tanzania, Africa. Living amongst the villagers helped me to realise all the basic things I take for granted. I have welcomed this opportunity to raise awareness and funds in order to provide for the needs of the children and students at Peniel Children’s Home and Theological College.
Committee Member / Secretary
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