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Smiles in Sarampet

Jan 28, 2015  |  GO Project  |  Adventures, GO India, GO Project, Villages  |  No Comments

Earlier this week, we received the following update about a recent Children's Camp from Mary, GO India’s Executive Director. Dear Brothers, Thanks again for supporting the children to enjoy themselves in a special way. The kids at Father's House Sarampet are highly talented and have… Read More


encouraging mamas

Leading at Gulu

Jan 25, 2015  |  GO Project  |  Adventures, GO Africa, GO Project, Villages  |  No Comments

Update by Gloria Piker, Coordinator of St. Philip's Father's House, Gulu Uganda Recently we held a meeting with the Management Committee where we continued to talk about the vision of the Father’s House. We also planted trees by the vicar around the Father’s House. Someone from… Read More


Little Harvard nursery school

Blessings at Gulu

Jan 24, 2015  |  GO Project  |  Adventures, GO Africa, GO Project, Villages  |  15 Comments

Update by Gloria Piker, Coordinator of St. Philip's Father's House, Gulu Uganda In the last few months the children have participated positively in the church, knowing that it is the church that is supporting them. The things they do include singing, reading the bible, and cleaning the church… 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


8 new boys welcomed into Brisas

Ocho Chicos

Jan 21, 2015  |  Trace T.  |  Adventures, GO DR, GO Project, Trips, Villages  |  12 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


Hilary teaching farming training

Update from Lira, Uganda

Jan 20, 2015  |  GO Project  |  Adventures, GO Africa, GO Project, Trips, Villages  |  5 Comments

Update by Betty Awori, Coordinator at The Father's House, Lira We have managed to add 80 more bananas and 300 pineapples this month, and I believe it will do well since the rain is in plenty. In one year’s time, we shall be producing enough bananas for the children and for sale. This is… Read More


Jean Ronald and his kids

Leader of the Family

Jan 16, 2015  |  GO Project  |  Adventures, GO Haiti, GO Project, Trips, Villages  |  19 Comments

Written by: Trip Manager Stephanie Mutert I first met Jean Ronald, a first year Pathways student, early in my time here after moving to Haiti. I was wearing a Duke Basketball t-shirt and he ran up to me and pointed at his shorts that shared the same logo. One of my other favorite memories… Read More


No Longer

A Vision for Family

Jan 12, 2015  |  Trace T.  |  Adventures, GO Project, Trips, Villages  |  14 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


Moms with church members and GO Africa-GO Project team

Update from Rukore

May 27, 2014  |  Dr. Alison B.  |  GO Africa, GO Project, Villages  |  No Comments

We recently received the following update from our GO Africa Field Director, Dr. Alison Barfoot, after a weekend visit to Rukore, Uganda. We had a great visit to The Father's House on Saturday, 10th May. Mike Fox, the Founder of GO Project, Joe Knittig, the CEO, and Ed Barber, a Board… Read More


Alison with Bishop William Bahemuka of the Diocese of Boga, Congo

Another God Story

May 1, 2014  |  Dr. Alison B.  |  GO Africa, GO Project, Villages  |  No Comments

An update from the field from GO Africa’s Executive Director, Dr. Alison Barfoot How does a suburban Washington, D.C., music major girl end up talking to local church leaders in eastern Africa about increasing their care and support for the most abandoned and abused children in their… Read More

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