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HOIM was founded by
Julius Esunge, a native of Cameroon, West Africa. Early in his life, Julius accepted God’s call to become a minister of the gospel. He ministered within several of Cameroon’s churches and para-church organizations before moving to the United States.

In 2005, along with the leaders of the church he and his family attended in Bethlehem, PA (New Covenant Christian Community Church), Julius and a team of missionaries began conducting annual mission trips to Cameroon, ministering at orphanages, prisons and higher education campuses, and organizing seminars and conferences for local church and ministry leaders.

In March 2007, with the blessing of the Elders at The Chapel on the Campus (where Julius and his family were fellowshipping at the time), HOIM was officially launched and incorporated in Baton Rouge, LA. The organization’s first official mission trip to Cameroon took place in August of that year.

HOIM is governed by a Board of Directors comprising professionals in the fields of Science, Medicine, Letters, Fundraising and Business.

Crusade outreach banner at the entrance to Bonakanda Village, Buea, Cameroon 2007