5 Things to Expect on a GO Vision Trip

Vision trips are a transformative experience focused on learning, listening, loving and engaging with what God is doing around the world to care for vulnerable children. It’s an incredible opportunity to witness the global Church in action.
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Let’s go to Africa!

We’re heading to visit our local church partners in East Africa, November 7-18, 2019, and we think you should come with us! Watch this short video for a sneak peek at why: 

 
This 12-day GO Project Vision Trip will take you […]

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L’operation Pays Lock: A global call for Haitian localism

Written by Joe Knittig, The Global Orphan Project CEO
We’re in the midst of “L’operation Pays Lock” – “Operation Lock Country” – in Haiti. Public protests are happening daily. Roads are blocked. Schools are closed. Businesses are dormant. Food and […]

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Travel to Lebanon with GO Project

Serve at a summer camp for Syrian refugee children  
Travel with us to Lebanon, July 19-27, 2019! Your team will spend time serving alongside our local church partner, Tyre Church, to host hundreds of Syrian refugee children during a week-long […]

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Update on Haitian Earthquake | Jake Barreth, Director of International Ministry

At 8:11 PM last night, (Oct 6, 2018) a 5.9 magnitude Earthquake hit just off of Haiti’s northern coast. We thank the Lord none of GO Project’s church partners suffered any damage and that every child is safe and […]

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Video Story: A reflection from the Middle East

A team from our U.S. headquarters recently visited our local church partners serving children and families in Lebanon, Jordan and Egypt. Jake Barreth, director of international ministry at The Global Orphan Project, shared a raw reaction to an experience […]

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Should I take that Vision Trip?

David Nordhaus graciously shared his decision-making process and takeaways from a recent trip to Haiti. He joined seven other individuals in February 2018 to experience the orphan care and prevention initiatives of our partners in Haiti.
From experiencing urban […]

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Music in the Mountains of Haiti

When guests decide to go on a trip with us, they occasionally express anxiety about communicating and connecting in a place and culture unfamiliar to them. When Anna from Overland Park, Kan., traveled to Haiti with us in May […]

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CarePortal Region Goes to Haiti. You Can, Too!

“There’s a church in the community who cares for orphaned and vulnerable children.”
This ambiguous statement could be made of churches all over the world. These churches possess the same heartbeat, even though the location varies. For those of us in the […]

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May we read it again?

By Trip Manager Stephanie Mutert
Seeking to engage older kids working on English language skills, as well as younger kids simply fond of pictures in books, some recent visitors brought English and Creole versions of Bible stories. Knowing attention spans are limited […]

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