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‘Caravan of Hope’ Aims to Strengthen Families on the Eastern Shore

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The eight-day event featured stops at the Seaford Spanish, Milford Spanish, Georgetown Spanish, and Cambridge Spanish churches.

A district of Hispanic churches on the Eastern Shore recently embarked on an eight-day spiritual journey aimed at restoring families and offering hope.

“Caravan of Hope: Restoring Families” started on Aug. 5 at the Seaford Spanish church and continued throughout the week with events at the Milford Spanish, Georgetown Spanish, and Cambridge Spanish churches. The caravan culminated on Sabbath with a gathering of over 200 people, including more than 40 guests.

Programming for the daily events included seminars, concerts, family counseling, children’s preaching, and fellowship meals. Featured participants included family counselor Luz de María Melo, Chesapeake Conference Hispanic Ministries director Orlando Rosales, and musical evangelists Julie Morfin, Emily Sánchez, and the Alabanza Pura ministry.

“We hope that more people come to know the love of God, His desire for our lives, and salvation through this event,” said Javier Moreno, district pastor. “I thank God for the Eastern Shore district, each church board, and every church member, and for the work they do for God’s cause.”

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