Everything we do at His2Offer is born out of the transformational power of the gospel. We aren't just helping meet needs and solve problems, and we aren't just preaching an empty gospel with no power to change.
We're seeing broken and hopeless lives absolutely transformed by the love of Jesus. It's a whole gospel that is setting people free.
To Bring Good News
With over 25,000 inmates as active members of our prison churches, H2O is watching as Jesus transforms ex-criminals into pastors, teachers, farmers, welders...you name it. We've literally set hundreds of men and women free and are seeing thousands more encounter the power and love of God.
We're building state of the art schools and hospitals inside Malawian prisons, turning what would be a dead end for many ex-criminals into their fresh start.
To Open Prison Doors
Malawi has 1 million orphans in a population of just 15 million people. That's only one example of the long-standing pain and brokenness that H2O is helping to heal.
In dozens of communities around the nation we are fueling local businesses and agriculture. We are seeing hunger diminish and orphans find love. We are bringing the love and gospel of Jesus not just in words, but in power to transform.
To Rebuild Communities
OUR PROJECTS . . . YOUR OPPORTUNITIES
Read about the projects we haven't yet begun. These are ideas birthed in the hearts of local leaders and community members. You can help us turn these dreams into reality.
HIS 2 Offer is helping people survive and thrive !
His 2 Offer works both locally and globally to provide support and opportunities to the homeless, hurting, and needy, with the goal to train and equip people to be self-supporting members of society, so they can help others.
When, Jesus began His ministry, Jesus declared exactly what was in His heart to accomplish:
"The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he has anointed me, to proclaim the good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim liberty to the captives and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty those who are oppressed, to proclaim the year of the Lord's favor."