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Foster Care Friday

A Place to Call Home

Bobby Brown is a friend of the ministry and took some time out of his week to help with doing a property clean-up for one of our Church partners. Here is his experience: “This week was very motivating and a true blessing for me. I helped clean-up the yard of a soon to be… Read More

Parents preparing garden

God Story – Kafunjo

The focus of GO Africa’s ministry is expanding to include partnering with the local church in the cause of orphan prevention, as well as providing a loving home for the most abandoned and abused children in the community. So, what does it look like when a local church… Read More

A day in Kansas City

One of the ways that God uses GO Project is by impacting lives through Vision Trips. We currently invite people to join us on a trip to Haiti or Uganda. These trips allow folks to experience our ministry model, worship with the local church, and learn about job creating… Read More

2013-14 GO Haiti Pathways Class

GO Haiti Pathways Update

  Pathways is a life-skills-based learning program for students 18 years or older that have “aged out” of one of GO Project’s partner church communities in Haiti. Pathways was developed as an initiative to assist the most educationally-disadvantaged students in GO… Read More

Carlito coming into Brisas del Este

What is one child worth?

This week we received some pictures from Pastor Altagracias, our partner in the Dominican. The first showed a boy pulling a suitcase. His name is Carlito.  Though we don’t know much of his story, we have been praying for him. On the other side of the metal gate was a… Read More

God Loves Harriet

When Harriet was born in a rural part of southwestern Uganda almost 35 years ago, she was born at home in the village with two club feet. This unfortunate situation is all too common. Lacking the resources and access to medical care that could easily correct her club feet… 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

God Connections in Uganda

By Dr. Alison Barfoot, GO Africa’s Executive Director One of the things I love about GO Project’s vision is the focus on building the capacity of the local church to care for her children. In eastern Africa the Christians are already caring for many orphans from their… Read More

Prayers for care givers and children in Northern Uganda

Marsha Campbell is in Africa leading a team of counseling faculty and graduate students from Mid-America Nazarene University. They are hosting two, multi-day conferences equipping, training, and investing in care givers and orphan ministry leaders at the Father’s Houses in… Read More