What's in a name? Your Ideas…Rich Stigall
We asked and you answered with some great names for the GO guy! Here’s a few you sent in and the reasoning behind them. We haven’t made up our minds just yet, so it’s not to late to send in your idea. Keep ’em coming!
Agape (from Marie)
“‘Agape is the Greek word for love that is based upon principle and is, by far, the noblest type of love. It is love that is wholly selfless, spiritual and unselfish; Agape is a form of love which is both unconditional and voluntary.’ In the New Testament, it refers to the fatherly love of God for humans, as well as the human reciprocal love for God; the term extends to the love of one’s fellow man. It is “Christian” love. I love these children as I’m sure you all do and I know they love us. Why not have a name for them that represents not only our love but, more importantly, God’s love?”
Maisha (from Michael)
“Maisha” is Swahili for “life.” the GO Project gives life physically and spiritually in so many ways.
Oh Honey (from Matt)
“First thoughts when I see it? “Oh, Honey!” I can hear my grandma saying this as she looks as the beautiful child/children in all of your photos. ‘Oh, Honey! God loves you so much, and so do I, let me give you a big hug!'”