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8 new boys welcomed into Brisas

Ocho Chicos

Jan 21, 2015  |  Trace T.  |  GO DR, GO Project, Villages  |  No Comments

The number 8 gets a lot of play. Eight is Enough (old TV show). 8-Tracks (old music tapes). 8-ball (corner pocket). Figure 8 (ice skate). 8 at 8 (speed dates), but recently “8” took on a whole new meaning when the DR’s Child Protective Services’ division, CONANI, brought eight, new boys… Read More


No Longer

A Vision for Family

Jan 12, 2015  |  Trace T.  |  GO Project, Trips, Villages  |  No Comments

Life can be so much richer and deeper than our initial plans and hopes. Such is the case with what God is doing in the DR. 13 previously orphaned and vulnerable children live at Casa Amor (Love House), led by Restoracion, a charismatic, Caribbean Church, with orphan care operating costs… Read More


Soyasi

Merry Christmas from Soyasi

Jan 5, 2015  |  Trace T.  |  GO Africa, GO Project  |  5 Comments

Friends, I was blessed by this letter from a beautiful, first grade girl in southern Uganda and simply wanted to share. Thank you for caring about children who need family… I am called Soyasi, i am in P1 at Rukore Primary School, I thank God for choosing me and especially for bringing… Read More


Eating a school snack at All In One

A Good Day at GO

Nov 20, 2014  |  Trace T.  |  GO Haiti, GO Project  |  20 Comments

Anytime we get to send money to our field partners caring for children, it’s a good day.  Today was very good.  This month’s GO Haiti wire included funding to cover: The daily “life care costs” of 1,007 children Teachers’ salaries at ten primary school schools (educating more… Read More


Kids at Brisas

A Better Idea

Nov 14, 2014  |  Trace T.  |  GO Haiti, GO Project  |  7 Comments

I did some thinking this morning. Maybe it was because I was too lazy to get out of my motel bed in the DR to go for a run. Maybe I'm just getting old and waking up early. Maybe both. For whatever reason, I found myself praying about the lot adjacent to our partner's children's homes at Casa… Read More


Worship Service in Hyderabad

The Mother Church works

Nov 11, 2014  |  Trace T.  |  GO India, GO Project  |  19 Comments

God has called GO Project to be a friend to His Church caring for His children. Long after relief agencies and government SUV’s leave, beyond the international headquarters of leading, global non-profits, in villages of Africa, in the densest parts of India is God’s Church – serving,… Read More


100 Reasons not to Foster or Adopt

Nov 5, 2014  |  Trace T.  |  Care Portal, GO Project, Sending Academy, US Orphan Care  |  30 Comments

"There are 100 reasons not to foster or adopt,"John Moore said Saturday, raising the Bible in his hand. "The only problem is that none of them can be found in this book." He was right, and 570 people from 170 churches at last weekend's Focus on the Family Wait No More event, knew it. Standing… Read More


Chicken at the K

Clucks for Bucks at the World Series

Oct 29, 2014  |  Trace T.  |  GO Fund, GO Haiti, GO Project  |  24 Comments

Anyone in KC knows that tonight is Game 7 of baseball's Royals/Giants World Series. Tied at three games a piece, five of the last six have been blowouts, including last night's 10-0 Royals' triumph. Heading into tonight's decider, each team is searching for the winning formula. GO Project Champ,… Read More


Addy from Village de Vie

Who do you see working?

Oct 14, 2014  |  Trace T.  |  GO Haiti, GO Project  |  22 Comments

Two months ago, at Village de Vie (Philadelphia), I just happened to meet “Addy,” a precious, six-year old who lives with her mom in Gonaives, Haiti.  I was there with Les Prouty, John Keane, and the Haiti Orphan Project team, visiting the children and meeting with the leadership at… Read More


Daddy did it!

Sep 17, 2014  |  Trace T.  |  Care Portal, GO Project, Sending Academy, US Orphan Care  |  11 Comments

A friend of mine, Alex*, who is a champion for children, brought in three foster sons this week. Yesterday, his wife suggested he go sit on the couch and read with Jordan*, the oldest. Just into elementary school, Jordan reads well, which is especially impressive given the bumpy road he’s… Read More

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