House of Hope is a result of a vision that was birthed in the heart of Mary who came to Tanzania in 2003 as a 27 year old single Missionary girl.
That same year she met her neighbors who lived down the road known as “The Streets of Moshi” and little did she know she would later marry their middle son Peter. Peter was raised as a missionary kid in Tanzania since he was 5 years old. Peter and Mary married in 2007 and together with their four children they live and work in Tanzania Africa.
Tanzania is part of the vision for Africa and the world that is in the hearts of Peter and Mary. Their passion is to help people, see them healed and set free. They carry a vision to see the family unit restored and to pour into others through discipleship, equipping, teaching and training to be whole in mind, body, spirit and soul.
House of Hope is a home for young girls who are disabled and unwanted, orphaned and abandoned, sexually abused or forced into trafficking either as a slave or prostitution.