Hope International is offering a one-hour field trip to visit its Pathways out of Poverty exhibit located in the city of Lancaster. The short trip will take place Friday afternoon, April 8, between 3:30 and 4:30 p.m. Transportation is provided. Sign up for the experience here or at the Hope International booth during the convention.
- Hosted by HOPE International’s president and CEO Peter Greer who will be available to answer questions
- Light refreshments will be provided at the experience
- Shuttle Service: Pick-up will be at 3:30 p.m. from the main entrance of the Marriott. Shuttle will return to the convention by 4:45 p.m.
Pathways out of Poverty is an interactive experience that invites visitors to remember the marginalized by walking alongside them for a moving journey from poverty to hope.
Inspired by Jesus' parable of the Good Samaritan, Pathways out of Poverty asks participants to consider the question: “Who is my neighbor?” As you journey through this multi-sensory exhibit, compelling audio and visuals work together to transport you from Lancaster, PA, into the stories of eight neighbors from around the world—neighbors who daily confront challenges like finding clean water and obtaining adequate health care. Witness the perseverance and innovation of those making their way out of poverty, and become involved in their journey, both during this 30-minute experience and beyond.