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10 Min with GO Quarterly Update Jan 2016

10 Minutes with GO: Quarterly Update January 2016

It’s always a privilege to share with you what we see God doing around the world through this ministry each quarter. We invite you to take a look at January's 10 Minutes with GO Project below. Our hope is video updates, like this one, will help you connect with our partners… Read More

Sibling Generosity

Last week, we told you about Olivia Gates who went to her brother's "Birthday Party for Orphans" last year and decided to throw her own. Continuing the generosity, Austin recently told me about his recent party. 15 buddies at PAC playing dodge ball, soccer, and kickball;… Read More

Family Traditions

Traditions. Most families have them. Some traditions, like whether the Thanksgiving meal is ham or turkey, or whether presents are opened Christmas Eve or Christmas day, are based on preference.  Others are more substantive.  Over time, these traditions can actually develop… Read More

Thank God for Crazy People

Barrett Keene seems like a sharp guy. 30 years old. Clean cut. Bright. Personable. Successfully moving through his PhD program at Cornell. Then you hear about how Barrett is spending a year of his life walking across America for orphans. A '94 Dodge van serves as his command… Read More

Barrett's Adventures from Atlanta to Nashville

From Barrett's blog... Barrett Keene, a PhD Student at Cornell University, is walking the 3,475 miles between Miami and San Francisco to raise awareness about the realities 145 million orphaned and abandoned children face and present opportunities for people to get engaged in… Read More

Walking across the US for orphans

Last month we told you about Barrett (click here to read more) and how he's walking 3,475 miles from Miami to San Francisco to raise awareness and support for orphans. Barrett has now treked over 250 miles across Florida and continues to head north. You can follow Barrett on… Read More

Walking 3,475 miles for Orphans

How does one describe the adventure Barrett Keene undertook this weekend when he left Miami on an eight-month, 3,475 mile trek across America to raise awareness and support for orphans? “One Step at a Time.” “Cornell Crazy strolls for Orphans.” “One man’s Journey… Read More

You competed. Kids won.

Recently the GO Threads' 2011 Team Challenge was highlighted in the The 2011 GO Threads' Challenge included 37 teams across the United States who participated in a friendly competition to raise uniform orders and awareness for GO Threads. Collectively the teams… Read More

Open Your World

This past December SUSIE Magazine encouraged their readers to open their hearts and worlds through the SUSIE Christmas Challenge. The challenge: for teen girls here to raise support for girls in Haiti. The young lady who raised the most support would travel with us to visit her… Read More

Kids Caring For Kids

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… Read More