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Chickens helping families

Apr 24, 2015  |  Sonya W.  |  Education, GO Fund, GO Haiti, GO Project, GO Project  |  No Comments

Jean Ronald (above)  is helping raise chickens at the GO Haiti poultry farm. A second-year student in the Pathways Program, he's learning how to care for animals like goats and chickens, plant and grow crops, and is developing valuable business skills in the process. The hands-on experience… Read More

Great business consultants see the bigger picture

If only we had known vs. Once we knew

Apr 10, 2015  |  Sonya W.  |  Care Portal, GO Project, US Orphan Care  |  21 Comments

Last month, a single mom was struggling to pay the bills.  With five children in the home, this was nothing new.  Working hard to make sure there is a little money at the end of month is her normal.  Unfortunately, she doesn’t always win, and March was turning out to be a loser. … Read More

School feeding program at SDLG

A very important meal

Apr 8, 2015  |  Sonya W.  |  Education, GO Haiti, GO Project  |  86 Comments

by Stephanie Mutert, Trip Manager Imagine two classrooms. The first has a teacher standing at the front at a brown chalk board writing out the day’s lesson that the students need to copy into their notebooks. The students are in their school uniforms: boys with their slacks and shirts with… Read More

El Paso and Wichita Falls Come Alive!

Feb 28, 2015  |  Sonya W.  |  Care Portal  |  No Comments

God has used small beginnings all through time to bring about great change in and through His people. He used two people to start mankind, one obedient man to build a giant boat and repopulate the earth, one man to start a new nation of God’s chosen people, and the One to save us all. The… Read More

The Drop Box: a Must-See Movie

Feb 12, 2015  |  Sonya W.  |  GO Project  |  No Comments

This week, a friend shared his vision for “pro-life.” It does start with being pro-birth. From that foundation, pro-life reaches into every forgotten corner of society. Pro-life loves the poor, the sick, the convict, the elderly, the haughty, the abuser, the difficult, the disadvantaged, and… Read More

New twins at Pothawira Jan 2015

The Miracle of Life in Pothawira

Feb 4, 2015  |  Sonya W.  |  Adventures, GO Africa, GO Project  |  71 Comments

Two children were recently welcomed into the Pothawira family in Malawi! Here is an e-mail excerpt from our partner Pastor Peter Maseko: We just received another set of twins today, both male and about 5 days old. The mother died last night after a c-section delivery at Salima District… Read More

Soccer match at Congo

Update from Bunia, Congo

Jan 23, 2015  |  Sonya W.  |  Adventures, GO Africa, GO Project, Villages  |  10 Comments

Update by the GO Africa team The Father’s House in Bunia, Congo is seeing the fruits of caring for children in need of family. We received this update from our GO Africa team in Bunia, “We thank our God for his protection towards Nyumba ya Baba (The Father’s House) of local church in… Read More

Emma and family


Dec 23, 2014  |  Sonya W.  |  Adventures, GO Africa, GO Project, Mamas, Trips  |  No Comments

Emma Maseko has been a Mama for a long time [read her story], loving family, both her own and Pothawira's. Emma cares for women, supporting the house mamas on a daily basis and leading the National Women of Malawi Organization. The mamas look to her for advice, encouragement and support. Recently… Read More

myGO – Your ministry

Dec 19, 2014  |  Sonya W.  |  Adventures, GO Africa, GO Project, Trips  |  No Comments

One of our favorite things at GO is watching you all take over the ministry of championing children in need.  For example, Click the Brick is Chuck and Debi Wolfe’s dream, born from their hearts and home in Tampa, Florida, to launch a high school at Pothawira in rural Malawi, Africa. How cool… Read More

Care Portal-How it works

Merry Christmas from The Care Portal

Dec 18, 2014  |  Sonya W.  |  Care Portal  |  No Comments

Christmas is a time we give to show gratitude for what we have been given. Sometimes the people we bless are friends and family. Sometimes they are complete strangers. This Christmas, Marsha, a CPS worker in Texas, used The Care Portal to speak up for eight children in struggling families who… Read More

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