The ministry is headquartered in Oberlin, Kansas—a small, rural town of nearly 1,700 that serves as the county seat of Decatur County. Restaurants, shops, and inns make up the quaint Oberlin downtown streets that were paved with bricks in 1922. Beyond its charming downtown, Oberlin is a quiet and safe country town with several parks and gravel roads filled with the steady hums of farming equipment. This remote, countryside panorama serves as the backdrop for the immersive program that exists to help eradicate the foster care epidemic in the region through practical and spiritual transformation.
The 20 acre property of Miriam's Hope contains guest housing that sleeps 12 as well as dorm style housing for families, with a centralized cafeteria, outdoor activities, animals and a garden. All of these accommodations help our families succeed during their stay.
Luke and Corina Kliewer