A safe haven for those who choose life for their unborn

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December 16, 2016

The Sanctuary of Hope (SOH) is the result of a life-long dream of Pastor John Hagee, Senior Pastor of Cornerstone Church. It is a home for young women, ages 12 through 23, who are faced with difficult life-changing decisions concerning their pregnancy. 

The Sanctuary of Hope exists to save two lives — the life of the mother and the life of the child.  We are here to meet the needs and help achieve the dreams of courageous young women who have chosen life for their unborn child and for young children who have no family. 

The SOH provides a safe haven for those who choose life for their unborn child, providing both the mother and child housing, an education and life-skill resources to ultimately lead a successful life in their community.   

All our residents have a unique story, but what is important is the new story they are writing at the Sanctuary of Hope. Our residents know they are loved, that they have resources available to them that will equip them and their children to have a successful future. Most importantly, every young woman is being taught that nothing is impossible for them.  

You may be aware of someone who can benefit from the Sanctuary of Hope — we ask that you help us spread the word about our life alternative, which provides young women and their children real hope and a promise for a successful future. 

Sanctuary of Hope

Please visit SOHcares.org
or call (210) 499-1554 for more information


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