Late February 2020
Celebrating 120 Years, and
´╗┐what's new at Hephzibah62:4!
Dear Friends,

Throughout 2020 we're taking time to celebrate our rich legacy, with so many of you having played a vital part. Beginning with the ministry of Bettie Tyler and the Hephzibah Orphanage she founded in 1900 (pictured here), it continued for many years through Hephzibah Children's Home and is now expanding throughout North America through Hephzibah62:4.

A child welfare crisis exists in EVERY community, and we are convinced that the local church is the answer! EVERY Christ-follower and EVERY church has a unique role to play. We're excited to share the latest with you on our new website,, which features a growing number of initiatives and opportunities aimed at equipping and mobilizing Wesleyan individuals and churches to transform the lives of vulnerable children. A few highlights are featured below.

Stay engaged through our monthly e-mail updates, and our Facebook page, and as God leads, we invite you to explore new ways to partner with Hephzibah62:4. We are excited to hear about the unique ways God is using you to invest in the lives of vulnerable children in your community and beyond. We want to be a resource for you and your church!

Celebrating with you and thankful for you,

Jodi Lewis, Director
Prayer & Mobilization Guide
Hephzibah62:4 is passionate about helping you and your church discover your unique roles in transforming the lives of vulnerable children.Our FREE Prayer & Mobilization Guide was designed to help you take the next step of obedience, through prayer.

Hephzibah62:4 Church Partners
Whether your church has supported Hephzibah for many years or is brand new, check out our new Church Partnership opportunities, register to become a Hephzibah62:4 Partner and begin to access a growing number of Partner benefits!

Join us at CAFO2020
CAFO2020 has been chosen as an annual gathering place for Wesleyan pastors, church staff, lay leaders, caregivers/parents and advocates to be inspired, encouraged and gain insight into best practices in caring for vulnerable children. A Hephzibah62:4 Connection Dinner will be held during the conference.

Hephzibah celebrating 120 years
The story of the Hephzibah Orphanage began in January 1900 when Bettie Tyler and her sister, Mollie, took a leap of faith. The sisters moved into their dilapidated childhood farmhouse on 600 acres in Bolingbroke, Georgia, in order to care for four young boys entrusted to them by a relative.