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Pay back…in the best way.

Recently, we received this e-mail from Tim Downs, who is GO Project’s partner championing children who need family in the Ivory Coast, Africa:

One of our young men, Eric, came to us as an adolescent from a life of living […]


First in the Field

GO Haiti’s Lucson Dervilus was in KC this week. We love and respect Lucson. His life story – beginning as an orphan himself to caring for them today – is a powerful example of God’s real and redemptive power. […]


My Heart Exposed

God is transforming lives through orphan care. That’s a beautiful fact. Still, at GO Project, we think a fascinating question is, “Who is being transformed more, the children who need family or those who love them?” Is Matt Kouri’s […]


A Biblical View of Waiting

Dictionary.com defines waiting as “to remain inactive or in a state of repose, as until something expected happens.”  The Bible provides a much more active perspective.
While Noah waited for rain, he built a boat.  While Jacob waited for a […]


The GO Mosaic Project: Shaping Broken Pieces

Before beginning her graduate studies at Yale University this fall, artist Megan Mitchell led a team of eight women to Haiti earlier this month to create a beautiful, wall-sized tile mosaic for a children’s community in Croix des […]


Vote for Anna!

15 year old Anna Lipscomb, one of our sweethearts in the global GO family, is one of five youth finalists in Examiner.com’s “Inspire America Contest.” If you haven’t heard Anna’s story, read these feature articles: “The healing hands of […]