John McCollum, executive director of Asia’s Hope, a cooperating ministry in the Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches, is interviewed this week on the podcast, Success to Significance. He talks with host, Rick Coplin, about the beginnings of the organization, which provides long-term, family-style residential care for orphaned children in Cambodia, Thailand, and India. Click here for more information and to listen to the program.
How One Determined Person Can Change The World
Leveraging Business Skills and Passion For Those In Dire Need
Today we welcome John McCollum, co-founder and Executive Director of Asia’s Hope who is leveraging business skills and passion for those in dire need.
John McCollum lives in Columbus, Ohio with his wife, Kori, and three children, all of whom have been adopted from Asia.
Asia’s Hope is a Christian non-profit organization that provides long-term, family-style residential care for orphaned children at high risk of sexual and economic exploitation in Cambodia, Thailand, and India.
Asia’s Hope focuses on regions with endemic child exploitation and human trafficking; places where orphans are at extreme risk of being abused or sold.
Click here for more information and to listen to the program.