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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

Crying for a Bed

Jun 2, 2014  |  Dr. Alison B.  |  GO Africa, GO Project  |  No Comments

An update from GO Africa’s Executive Director, Dr. Alison Barfoot: Rose (right), GO Africa’s Facilitator for Local Church Partnerships, speaks French and Swahili in addition to English and her mother tongue, Rutooro. So, she is GO Africa’s main communicator with our partners in Bunia,… Read More

Children, Bishop and Management Committee of Nyumba ya Baba

Update from Congo

May 22, 2014  |  Dr. Alison B.  |  GO Africa, GO Project  |  No Comments

An update from GO Africa’s Executive Director, Dr. Alison Barfoot: “I was really humbled by the simplicity of the Bishop. I’ve never seen such a simple and humble servant of God like him who is so personally committed to the church caring for abused, abandoned, and hopeless kids in the… Read More

Staying. Schooling. Saving.

Mar 16, 2013  |  Trace T.  |  GO Project  |  One Comment

Where do children living in GO Project partner villages come from? It's a common question with multiple answers. Some come out of the church family. More from the community. Every now and then the government actually brings them to the door of the church. These children are almost always "end… Read More

Boys smile in Haiti

493 Reasons to Thank You

Jan 25, 2013  |  Joe K.  |  GO Project  |  2 Comments

We're not an outcomes driven ministry. Day by day, I hammer home to those working within GO Project that our ministry is to be faithful to the process of what we're called to do. Give our utmost for His highest to help local churches care for children nobody seems to want. And let God own the… Read More

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Planting Crops

Jan 17, 2013  |  Trace T.  |  GO Africa, GO Project  |  No Comments

"If you want a return this fall, invest in corn. If you want a return in 10 years, invest in trees. If you want a return 20, 50, 100 years from now, invest in a person." This African proverb took me to God's heart for His children; the reason GO Project exists. Each day, we make investments… Read More

Management under the mango tree

Feb 9, 2012  |  Marsha C.  |  GO Africa, GO Project  |  No Comments

by  Marsha Campbell Conferences and offices are over rated I’ve decided.  Power meetings can really be energized in a circle under a mango tree (above).  My team and I were privileged and honored to sit in on a very pivotal Father’s House management committee meeting recently in Gulu,… Read More

Kids Caring For Kids

Dec 8, 2011  |  Sonya W.  |  GO Project, myGO Project  |  No Comments

At GO Project we continue to see God move in amazing, creative ways to care for kids! Like through GO advocate Grace Schram, who used her voice to raise enough funds to build two fish ponds in Africa and a children's home for 12 boys in Haiti. Last week Gracie launched another album, Different, in… Read More

True Orphan Care in India

Nov 29, 2011  |  Joe K.  |  GO Project  |  No Comments

By Joe Knittig Our education of orphan care in the Indian context continues. I’ve been able to hear from more than a dozen Indian subject matter experts on children’s outreach in India. From pastors, to non-profit leaders, to caretakers, to business leaders, I’ve benefitted greatly from a… Read More

Watch The Orphan Paradox

Nov 8, 2011  |  Sonya W.  |  News  |  No Comments

You may know last Sunday was Orphan Sunday. Colonial Presbyterian invited Joe Knittig to share his observations from 7 years looking through the orphan care window. Watch the message here... Read More

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