Song of Hope Ministries uses teaching, discipleship, and music to tell all people — from those inside the church to those inside prison — that the freedom and hope found in the Gospel of Jesus Christ is for everyone, regardless of circumstance or history.
Core to all Song of Hope ministry is the conviction that the Gospel makes no distinction between slave and free, male and female — the answer is the same for all: Jesus.
Song of Hope Executive Directors Jaye and Nayomi Thomas have taught and led worship as an expression of their testimony for more than a decade as part of the International House of Prayer executive management team. Song of Hope is working toward a ministry collaboration with Prison Fellowship to bring the hope of the gospel to incarcerated men and women through their Hope Event ™ music program. We are excited about this connection and shared vision! Stay tuned as details unfold.
Because freedom is for eve·ry·one /ˈevrēˌwən/
From the church to the prisons.
Give Free/dom Partners link arms to send the hope of freedom in Jesus to many by supporting ministry operations and discipleship programs, prison ministry and evangelistic outreaches through ﬁnancial support and leadership of local programs.
THE FREEDOM COALITION PARTNERSHIP
A group of highly invested individuals, organizations and churches that significantly support Song of Hope through strategic program partnerships, church partnerships*, and project sponsorship.
*As part of our work together, Jaye and Nayomi will lead one annual worship and teaching gathering with our Song of Hope Freedom Coalition Church Partners at their congregation.
Song of Hope Ministries
P.O Box 458 Grandview, MO 64030