Tag - Joe Knittig

2 Minutes with GO | 3Q19 update

Need some encouragement? Click below for the latest episode of 2 Minutes with GO! Joe Knittig, CEO of The Global Orphan Project, will share the many reasons God has given us to celebrate the past three months and the […]

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Storytelling is a gift

Storytelling is a masterful gift. I recently met a trip goer with an incredible talent to tell stories. She shared her talent with the kids at Marmalade one afternoon while telling the story of Joseph and his coat of […]

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Updates from around the globe

We’re grateful each time we think about all you have done, and continue to do, for children who would otherwise fend for themselves. This is your ministry, and we consider it a privilege to serve the King by caring […]

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True Orphan Care in India

By Joe Knittig
Our education of orphan care in the Indian context continues. I’ve been able to hear from more than a dozen Indian subject matter experts on children’s outreach in India. From pastors, to non-profit leaders, to caretakers, to […]

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India?

From Joe Knittig in India: I’m in India until November 19. This trip is a critical part of our discernment process about whether to pilot expansion into India in 2012. Throughout my trip, I’m sending reports of big picture […]

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Watch The Orphan Paradox

You may know last Sunday was Orphan Sunday. Colonial Presbyterian invited Joe Knittig to share his observations from 7 years looking through the orphan care window. Watch the message here…

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Heroes

I want to share something that recently hit our hearts at GO Project, and ask you for prayer. It’s not about orphans who need a home, or a funding ask, or anything like that. It’s about our troops in […]

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Torit, Sudan

Joe Knittig in Torit, Sudan
Memo to file: civilians shouldn’t make the drive from Juba up country in the night.
We’re about 4 1/2 hours into our drive to our potential pilot site in Torit. It’s a dusty, bumpy […]

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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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Hope for "Dependents"

The life of a pastor in Uganda is an eye opener. We’ve been in Lira, northern Uganda.
We arrived to find the pastor hosting us in mourning. He just learned his 6 year old “daughter” died. She […]

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