Father’s Family Program Empowers Displaced Families in Africa

In northeastern Congo, there are a number of rebel groups who roam the areas surrounding the town of Bunia. Some are driven by ethnic cleansing while others are driven ideologically by radical Islam/ISIS. Their persistent attacks have caused thousands […]

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Water in Bunia!

Recently we received this update from Rose, GO Africa’s Facilitator for Local Church Partnerships:
Here’s an update on the borehole from my recent trip to Bunia. The hard rocky water work has now gone as far as 12m and at […]

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Update from Bunia, Congo

Update by the GO Africa team

The Father’s House in Bunia, Congo is seeing the fruits of caring for children in need of family. We received this update from our GO Africa team in Bunia, “We thank our God for […]

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Divine Reunion

Joseph and Josephine are 13-year-old twins, living in Bunia, Congo. A few years ago, their father died from AIDS, followed by their mother, who died a year ago. According to local custom, they were taken in by their Auntie, […]

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Crying for a Bed

An update from GO Africa’s Executive Director, Dr. Alison Barfoot:
Rose (right), GO Africa’s Facilitator for Local Church Partnerships, speaks French and Swahili in addition to English and her mother tongue, Rutooro. So, she is GO Africa’s main communicator with […]

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Update from Congo

An update from GO Africa’s Executive Director, Dr. Alison Barfoot:
“I was really humbled by the simplicity of the Bishop. I’ve never seen such a simple and humble servant of God like him who is so personally committed to the […]

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Celebrating A New Partner in the Congo!

God continues to work in all corners of the world! Recently we received this update from Alison Barfoot, GO Africa’s Executive Director, about a new partnership with a church in Bunia, Democratic Republic of the Congo.
From Alison: Rose (GO […]

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Sharon Wins the Day

It’s a little past midnight here and we’ve wrapped up our day. There’s much we could discuss. But sometimes a single story so transcends the bounds of ordinary events, that one can think of little else. […]

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