Tag - GO India

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 […]


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 […]


Manikanta's Story

Earlier this summer the church in Sarampet, India, welcomed children without family into The Father’s House. GO India’s Executive Director, Mary, recently sent us the story of one of these children – a little boy named Manikanta…
Manikanta came from […]


New family in Sarampet, India

Yesterday we received news that children were being welcomed into The Father’s House in Sarampet, India. Mary, GO India’s Field Director, took these photos of the joy-filled welcoming ceremony…
Singing praises in Sarampet
A welcome to the Sarampet Family
Local leaders in […]


Sarampet Farm: Holy Ground

Update from Joe in India

The Sarampet farm has nearly 9 acres, and about 2/3 has been cultivated, outfitted with drip irrigation, and planted.  These are the tomatoes (pictured above).  Drip irrigation is cranking. Beans, tomatoes, egg plant, etc. growing. […]


GO Africa Launching GO India

After laying the foundation to begin GO India, we’re now in the planning stage for our first pilot village near Hyderabad. We’ll have a more complete announcement soon.
In the meantime, I want to share a neat story about the […]