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A Vision for Family

Life can be so much richer and deeper than our initial plans and hopes. Such is the case with what God is doing in the DR.
13 previously orphaned and vulnerable children live at Casa Amor (Love House), led by […]

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New year, new opportunities at the Sending Academy

It’s a new year. For a lot of people, 2015 will mean new gym memberships, welcoming new family members–through births and adoptions or weddings–family vacations, graduations, and a bunch of new memories. But for some young adults in Kansas […]

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Protective Homes

The Urban Dictionary refers to Johnson County, Kansas as the “OC” (Orange County, California) of the Midwest. To many in the Kansas City community, Johnson County residents are often associated with being people who pursue comfort, luxury, and ease. […]

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Daddy did it!

A friend of mine, Alex*, who is a champion for children, brought in three foster sons this week.
Yesterday, his wife suggested he go sit on the couch and read with Jordan*, the oldest. Just into elementary school, Jordan reads […]

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Writing Letters to Friends in England.

An update from Mebble Maseko in Pothawira.
One of the most fun and educational thing that the children got to do was writing letters to the pupils in England. Sylvia, one of the English ladies, brought 50 letters that the […]

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Power and Light Bearers to The Father's Houses in Uganda

Co-founder Dr. Laura Stachel went to Northern Nigeria in 2008 to study ways to lower maternal mortality in state hospitals. She witnessed deplorable conditions in state facilities including sporadic electricity that impaired maternity and surgical care. Without a reliable […]

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Brisas opening doors and hearts

Trace Thurlby and Ryan Hudnall are celebrating with our partners at Brisas del Este in the Dominican Republic as they officially open their doors to children in the community in need of family…

Two boys, Richard and Hans, were just […]

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Swimworthy

Written by GO Fellow Ryan Hudnall

The first time I heard the question, the suddenness of the question caught me off guard. It’s something I admittedly take for granted. From my American eye, it was a matter of safety and […]

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A bright light in India

GO Project India Trip Report, July, 2014
With 1.2 billion people, a growing economy, a competitive educational system, and a solid labor force where six-day work weeks and a spirit of entrepreneurship are prevalent, India has moved past its history […]

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A "Whole" Church Movement

At GO Project we celebrate when individuals move from “curiosity” and step into the transformative relationships in the Orphan Window.
We also love to celebrate when whole churches (leadership, small groups and individuals) dive through the Orphan Window together.
Wellspring Community […]

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