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Impacted Forever

Below is a collection of photos and stories from a recent vision trip. Their leader explained, "The fact is, we need to talk about the experience to help us understand the culture shock between the life we live and the lives we visited. Enjoy – and may your heart be touched… Read More

Mona Rezenor 4


Mona Rezenor cares for 17 boys in her home in Cambry, Haiti. Cambry is one of our pioneer villages and is located on the south coast near Les Caye. Mona has worked as a Mama at Cambry for one year, and is also the mother of a two-year-old little boy. To support Mona and the… Read More


More Vision Please

Today, we can hyper focus like never before. In seconds the web can take you to a plethora of the most minute of topics. 24 million people follow Kim Kardashian's...talents" on Twitter. But even before Al Gore invented the Internet our desire to get lost in the weeds was alive… Read More

Haiti's most beautiful octogenarians

Something New for the Old

Widows and Orphans is a phrase found often in the Bible. Full of life's wisdom, our elders deserve our respect. Full of promise, orphans require parenting. Both need the care and love of family. Both are close to the heart of God. In a day full of blessing, I won't forget my… Read More

Abiscahi at church

Excited to Share

At GO, we are convinced that God sends us to serve, not simply because He wants something from us, but more importantly, because He has something FOR us.  Such was the case of a recent 19-year-old, Haitian American Vision Tripper.  Abiscahi Joseph tells his story powerfully… Read More

Playing a small part

Istrouma Baptist Church in Louisiana has been partnering with churches in Haiti to help care for kids for several years now. They also send teams, and on their most recent trip to Haiti they celebrated and welcomed a new sister in Christ... “Over the past 3-1/2 years… Read More


All In

By: Steve Reimann, a recent trip goer You will never meet anyone with a bigger heart for the orphans of Haiti than my wife, Jules. This became evident after her very first vision trip to Haiti in 2012. Jules took this trip with several members of our church and upon her return… Read More

kids eating

A Good Day at GO Project

Our financial controller, Debbie McMullin, likes to say that, “Any day we wire funds to the field is a good day at GO.”  We had such a day this week, as $167,000 was sent to GO Haiti.  The number isn’t nearly as important as what it represents.  Here a few… Read More

Wall and gate at Darivager

What is in a wall?

In 2012, we wrote about loving hedges and walls. Last month, we once again asked you to help meet the basic, on-going needs of orphaned and abandoned children through our Different December tradition. Today, we see another example of how important your willingness to meet… Read More

Pastor Claude and friends

Big Day. Bigger Heart.

Last week, GO Project and the Church at Coffee Creek had the privilege of hosting Claude Mondesir, one of our pastor partners from Haiti. His trip culminated in an amazing 24-hour period starting Saturday at Sporting KC’s Major League Soccer Eastern Conference Championship… Read More