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Melvin and Keisha Halliburton

A different kind of Halliburton Story

Apr 11, 2014  |  Tate W.  |  adopt|KC, GO Project, US Orphan Care  |  No Comments

A home is needed for four children. The 14 yr. old is teenage girl who is described as being smart, shy when you first meet her, enjoys spending time with friends, and protective of her younger siblings. The 12 yr. old boy is described as being very well behaved, can entertain himself and is very… Read More

Blanket making booth

US kids helping US kids

May 24, 2013  |  Trace T.  |  adopt|KC, GO Project  |  No Comments

We've met some faithful churches who are willing to trade their "normal" for the "hard-work privilege" of caring for God's kids. We love that! His Bride will continue to be the heartbeat of this ministry, but Jesus hasn't stopped there. He is so creative! We love that about our Lord. Last year… Read More


Caring for US Orphans in Texas

Apr 24, 2013  |  Sonya W.  |  adopt|KC, GO Project  |  One Comment

With family breakdown worsening in our world, we know that we’re living amidst a global orphan pandemic, but that pandemic also exists right here in the United States. Churches across Texas have started rising up to provide care for children who need family, and for more than twelve years Bishop… Read More

A "Ripple"

Apr 4, 2013  |  Tate W.  |  adopt|KC, GO Project  |  One Comment

The church partners in the Adopt|KC movement are opening their doors to orphans right here in Kansas City. They are calling willing families to get trained and licensed. Some churches are renovating houses to provide a place for stable families to care for children that don’t have one. Some are… Read More

Family is...

Feb 19, 2013  |  Trace T.  |  adopt|KC, GO Project  |  2 Comments

Ever feel tired, down, or a just a little sorry for yourself? If so, do yourself a favor. Take six and half minutes to meet the Dennehy family who remind us that the secret to satisfaction isn’t self, but service; that family is more about inclusion than perfection; that Jesus pulls for the… Read More

Kansas City church renovating homes for orphans

Feb 11, 2013  |  Sonya W.  |  adopt|KC, GO Project  |  2 Comments

Adopt|KC and World Harvest Church featured on 41 Action News as they and other KC metro area churches are becoming Family for children in their communities who don’t have one. Read More

The Heart of Christmas

Dec 19, 2012  |  Tate W.  |  adopt|KC, GO Project  |  One Comment

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 that God has long… Read More

Interview with KCUR: Caring for children in KC

Oct 29, 2012  |  Sonya W.  |  adopt|KC, GO Project, News  |  No Comments

In a recent interview with KCUR correspondent Laura Ziegler, Tate Williams, director of the Adopt|KC initiative, shares the story of caring for children in need of family in Kansas City. Tate shines a light on the hundreds of foster children in the Kansas/Missouri system, and what churches in… Read More

Adopt | KC will encourage churches, families to help…

Aug 7, 2012  |  Sonya W.  |  adopt|KC, GO Project, News  |  No Comments

The Global Orphan Project cares for kids in a very specific way. We help His church become family for orphaned and abandoned children around the world, and now, in our own backyard. Saturday, August 4th, the KC Star wrote about adoptlKC, a movement of churches dedicated to providing family for… Read More

Local Churches Collaborate to Serve Kansas City Orphans

Jun 15, 2012  |  Sonya W.  |  adopt|KC, GO Project, News  |  No Comments

A growing network of local churches has started an intriguing movement.  It’s called Adopt | KC.  The aim of the Adopt | KC network is to get our nation’s most vulnerable orphans adopted into families within local churches, beginning in Kansas City. With family breakdown worsening in our… Read More

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