Josiah's House Hope Continues 

For our young adults who are turning 18 and moving off the Josiah's House campus, the heart & desire for them is HOPE CONTINUES. Many entered Josiah's House with little to no education or life skills. It's vital that they have the opportunity to finish high school so they can further their education and continue building upon skills they have been taught during their years at Josiah's House and attend a University or Technical College. Giving them the tools & support that they need to finish school, while also finding a job, sets them up for success. Without this brand-new program, HOPE CONTINUES, these incredible young adults would be thrust back into the very places where they came from before, Josiah's House. This is how you can come alongside the next generation of Dominicans, so they can help to change their country & make a difference! Will you consider partnering with the HOPE CONTINUES program for life after Josiah's House?


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Teo is 20 years old, he came to Josiah’s House when we found him in a local Village with no family and no place to live. Teo has some special needs including hearing loss, and he is unable to speak, and he is on the autism spectrum which made it even more difficult for him to survive on his own. Teo has learned quickly to be a part of the Josiah’s House family. Teo is now happy, safe and healthy. He a school for special needs children and is learning sign language and ways to communicate. Teo loves to play soccer and can make a kite out of almost anything! He is transitioning into Hope Continues with his caretakers Cecilio and Delores.



Josefa and her twin sister Josefina were the first girls to live at Giovanna's House. They joined their siblings Eliander and Jose Luis on the campus at Josiah's House after their mother passed away. We were blessed to be able to reunite these siblings and keep this family together. Josefa is one of the first girls to join the Josiah's House Hope Continues Program and lives off-campus with a local missionary while the Hope Continues Campus is being built.  Josefa is in her sophomore year in college she is studying to be a teacher. She is working currently in another orphanage for girls as a Tia. Josefa is quiet and gentle and we have had the pleasure of seeing her open up and blossom into the godly woman she is today.



Maria Luisa came to live with us when her father was unable to continue to care for her. She is strong, beautiful, determined, and full of joy and she loves the Lord. Luisa graduated from Lemardo Christian School this last year with honors as well as a vocational nursing school with honors. Luisa has had a lifelong dream of becoming a doctor and she will begin medical school this semester, realizing her dream! She maintains a close relationship with her father and through Josiah's House was able to see her father come to Christ.


Jose Luis

Jose Luis and his 3 siblings have been living at Josiah's House since their mother passed away. Jose Luis graduated with honors last year arom Las Palmas Christian bilingual school. He hopes to enter into the field of cyber security in January. He loves anything electronic and helps out at Josiah's House whenever he can. Joe Luis is bilingual and translated for Score International and here at Josiah's House.



Fernanda is the middle child of 3 siblings, and entered the Hope Continues Program recently. Fernando her younger brother grew up at Josiah's House and we were so excited to also be able to help her realize her dream of going to college. Fernanda is sweet and responsible and she is an AMAZING cook. She is currently working on registration for culinary school and works at Josiah's House cooking for our groups when needed. We are so happy she is with us. 



Virginia is the oldest of 3 siblings and since her mother died she has felt the weight of being responsible for her siblings. Virginia is in her sophomore year of college and majoring in Clinical Psychology She beautiful, strong and responsible  and we are so happy to be a place of safety and rest for her as she moves forward in this new season. She helps in Josiah's House with the children as we need her.



Argenis is happy-go-lucky with a huge smile. He graduated from LAS PALMAS CHRISTIAN school with honors and is entering college studying film production. Argenis loves to cook, eat, and has become quite the artist. He loves to serve with us in our neighboring communities. If you are around Argenis very long, you will realize he loves to play practical jokes and has a great sense of humor. We are watching him step into maturity and becoming the man God has called him to be.



Yubelkis is 18 years old. She is the oldest of 4 children, 3 of whom came to Josiah’s House after their mother became ill, and passed away.  Yubelkis took care of her siblings when her mother was ill, this was a huge responsibility and she did a wonderful job. Yubelkys is a bit shy, but she has a beautiful smile and a tender heart. We are so thankful for the opportunity to have her at Josiah’s House and that we get to be a part of the process of healing her heart, letting her be a child, and being able to keep these children together. Yubelkes gave her life to Christ and we see her blossoming! She attends an adult education class to finish high school..

Your gifts make it possible for them to pursue adulthood with confidence, provision, and dedication.