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The Needs We Meet

Mental

Literacy Programs Illiteracy is a huge obstacle for the Wayuu People.  66% of their population do not know how to read or write.  Wayuu children are often discouraged by their inabilities to keep up with their peers in the classroom.  So, many of them drop out believing that an education is worthless. Bread of Hope […]

Spiritual

The Wayuu are considered an unreached people group.  They have a population of around 600,000 people.  Bringing the gospel to the Wayuu is challenging in many ways especially with language and cultural barriers. The Wayuu have a New Testament translation; however, the Old Testament is currently being translated.  In order to overcome the language barrier, […]

Physical

Approximately 85% of the Wayuu people live in poverty. And, over 500 Wayuu children die every year due to starvation and/or dehydration. Bread of Hope empowers local churches to restore their value by meeting physical needs like food, water, shelter, and wellness. Through our literacy groups, Bread of Hope provides hot meals to over 200 […]

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Our Stories

The Wayuu people

The Wayuu are known as the people of the sun, sand, and wind. They are located in the arid Guajira Peninsula in northern Colombia and northwest Venezuela. According to Wayuu culture, families are divided up into clans based on their mother’s last name.  Traditional Wayuu families live together on rancherias, a family settlement, where they herd […]

WHO WE ARE

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Mark’s Story

  I’m Mark Kreikemeier and I live in Alpharetta, Georgia with my wife and three children. In 2009, I reluctantly went on a mission trip to Venezuela with eight folks from our church, First Baptist Church Alpharetta. One evening our mission was to deliver food to the people of Maracaibo. The local church member picked […]

News and Events

Among the least of these

City Dumps – its where everything that is worthless, dirty, empty, and useless goes.   You usually think of trash trucks and piles of garbage.  But in Latin America, as well as many other countries you’ll see people who make their living going through what’s been thrown out and left behind.  People of all ages, including […]

Why is training indigenous pastors essential for our ministry?

Training pastors and christian leaders is part of obeying the Great Commission.  As part of the supreme mandate to “make disciples” Jesus commands us to “teach them to observe all that I commanded you.” As we train Wayuu pastors and church leaders, they will be better equipped to make more disciples, teaching them what Christ has commanded. […]

Amazon Smile Program

Do you shop on Amazon? Now you can support Bread of Hope every time you shop at Amazon.com. Simply start your shopping experience at: smile.amazon.com and select “Bread of Hope” as your preferred charity, and we will receive 0.5% of every purchase. What is AmazonSmile and how does it work? AmazonSmile is a new charitable […]

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