The LSM Story

We provide vulnerable children with a continuum of care from childhood through young adulthood, culminating in self-sufficient men and women who are holistically equipped to transform their culture for Christ.

 

We have seen God do incredible things along the way in the lives of vulnerable children and their families around the world. The ripple effect of God’s hand has been incredible.

Our History

2002

LSM was founded to help families adopt internationally

2003 – 2004

Adoption Resources expanded to include domestic and foster care resources

2005

Moved to current LSM Office space allowing for expansion

2006 – 2007

First Home of Hope was built in Kpoux, Haiti

2008

Torbeck, Fondfrede, Welsh 1 and Chantal 1 Homes of Hope opened

2008

Agricultural Park land was bought and initial development started

2009

Bambou 1, Boval and Cavaillon 1 Homes of Hope opened

2009

Began work in Ethiopia with vulnerable mothers and children

2010

Launched Church awareness and partnership initiatives in the United States

2010

Welsh 2 Home of Hope opened

2010

Began providing sustainable jobs and vocational training for single mothers in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

2011

Bambou 2 and Cavaillon 2 Homes of Hope opened

2012 – 2014

Cancer Redemption Campus (CRP) developed including a church and school

2012

Chantal 2, Ezekiel (CRP), Abba (CRP), Moriah (CRP) and Zion (CRP) Homes of Hope opened

2013

Child Development programs began in Haiti

2014

Daniel (CRP) and Esther (CRP) Homes of Hope opened

2015

Business Development initiatives began in Haiti

2015 – 2016

Welsh School for a few Homes of Hope and local community

2016

New programs launched in Ethiopia to work with a broader range of at-risk single mothers and their children.

2016

LSM Technical Institute Construction began in Haiti


223

children in 20 Homes of Hope developing into country-changers for Christ.

Haiti

590

at-risk families empowered 

Ethiopia

7,300 

adoptions navigated

USA