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Smiles in Sarampet

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 […]


The Mother Church works

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 […]


A bright light in India

GO Project India Trip Report, July, 2014
With 1.2 billion people, a growing economy, a competitive educational system, and a solid labor force where six-day work weeks and a spirit of entrepreneurship are prevalent, India has moved past its history […]


A Church that Stands for Children

This week Jake and I had the opportunity to worship with our brothers and sisters at Bethel Gospel Church (BGC) in India.
Almost 30 years ago, Pastor Sudakhar planted BGC in the slums of Amberpet. In a country where there […]


"The Spicy Fish Blues"

The last few days we’ve been sharing a little of what God is doing to care for His kids in the orphan window, but that’s not all that we’ve learned during our time in India. Trace, Jake, and Paul […]


The Pastor's Posse at Sarampet

Long after the city skyline and street lights disappear, follow the one lane road for an hour or two to the Father’s House at Sarampet. You’ll be glad you did.

You may be greeted with children singing and Indian flowers.

A […]


Shining in the Slums

In 2006, a faithful, small group leader at Bethel Gospel church, gave his life to pastoring people.
Pastor Gopi’s first assignment was to plant a church at NTR Nagar on the outskirts of Hyderabad. Coming from the urban core, life […]


Thank God for Normal Problems

Two days ago, a United Airlines agent in Kansas City welcomed Jake Barreth and me to the airport with, “Hi, are you all on the cancelled flight to New Jersey?”
Seemed like a trick question, or at least a tricky […]


Not just a slab

What might look like a slab of concrete to us is much more to our partners at Bethel Gospel Church in, India.  With their community in Sarampet now caring for children, producing food, and continuing to grow, their focus […]


A Different Kind of Convert

Some are surprised to learn that caring for orphans is political. Yet, most understand a mix of money, Jesus, poverty, and vulnerable children makes a spicy cocktail, resulting in global pressure from UNICEF to shut down orphanages (Read more […]