Blog / 2012

A Teacher helping Teachers. Children’s books helping Children.

Nothing is more fun than watching God move. This fall, Amy Gibson contacted us. Amy is a school teacher in California. She’s also a gifted author, who wanted to take a book advance from her most recent children’s tale and use it to bless other children. We loved Amy’s… Read More

The Heart of Christmas

At GO Project, we believe that God releases transformational power when the Local Church, fueled by Christ's Love and firmly rooted in God's Word, sacrifices to care for orphans in their community. Since we formally launched Adopt|KC in 2012, we have been overwhelmed to learn… Read More


Giving more than rice and beans

A quick Google search reveals that an estimated 16,000 people (mostly children) die every day due to hunger. A recent spike in food prices has only exacerbated the crisis. Forget the chart. We’ve seen the need in the hungry eyes and skinny bodies of children around the… Read More

Love their Momma!

From Promise Keepers (PK) to FamilyLife Today, it’s become a precept in men’s ministry that if you want to be a good father to your children, the most important thing you can do is to love their mother.  At GO Project, God is teaching us the same lesson as we help the… Read More

Tony in Mole St. Nicolas, Haiti

Put Love on the List

Last Friday afternoon, my yellow legal pad was a 38-item “to do” list with a 5 pm deadline. Items ranged from finalizing GO Adventures clothing orders to designing Run d’Haiti medals for our events next month. The list went on, but it wasn’t going to get done. No… Read More

First Partner Village in Ethiopia, Hossana, comes to life!

The word Hosanna can be translated to mean deliver us, save now, or as a cry of praise or adoration. Spelled a little differently, our first partner church in Ethiopia, Hossana, now means children who needed family now have it. In early November, ten boys and ten girls moved… Read More

GO Africa’s first wedding

By Alison Barfoot The day is yet to come when one of the children being loved and cared for by one of GO Africa’s partner churches will get married. But, GO Africa still celebrated its first wedding on 24th November when our Facilitator for Local Partnerships got married in… Read More

Victims of the ‘Orphan Paradox’

by Nate (serving as a GO Fellow in Haiti) Husbands and wives reinforcing their marriage, mothers and daughters growing closer, genuine friendships built, the inability to resist the love of God, tears of authentic joy… These are the things I get to witness leading vision… Read More

Abijean’s Miracle

This blog was written by the Haiti Orphan Project (HOPE). HOPE exists to provide loving care for orphans in Haiti, in a Christian gospel context. HOPE partners with The Global Orphan Project and local church partners to help care for orphaned and abandoned children. “Clinic… Read More

Finishing Well

Something important happened last weekend: one man who listened to God and made a commitment to children finished well. 11-months ago, Barrett Keene left South Florida with not much more than a backpack, a Bible, and his faith in Jesus. His plan? Walk coast to coast to raise… Read More