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Spread Christ's love through orphan care

Find your place in orphan care and change a child's life forever.
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Spread Christ’s love through orphan care

Find your place in orphan care and change a child’s life forever.

The global orphan crisis involving over 140 million children is a daunting challenge.

We help caring people like you obey Christ’s command to care for orphans by providing effective channels for your financial donations, skills, and prayers. Together, we can provide our partner orphanages with the resources, training, and everyday support these children and their caregivers desperately need.

Every 18 seconds a child becomes an orphan

Equipping Leaders

 

You enable us to identify and train local believers as teachers, caretakers, and baby nurturers. By equipping and empowering leaders to care for orphans in their own communities, you are helping breakdown the stereotypes that plague orphans.

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Trips to Visit Orphans

 

You have the opportunity to compliment the work of our local volunteers, teachers, and house parents. All of our trips come with a crash course in the culutre you’ll be serving in, a full curriculum and itinerary, and of course tons of time with the children!  We know you will make an impact in the lives of countless orphans and we’re sure a trip with us will change your life, too!

Holistic Orphan Care

 

Together with your help we can meet the physical, spiritual, educational, and emotional needs of orphans in Russia, India, and Kenya. From birthday gifts to training house parents, every aspect of ministry has a special purpose. You can make an impact in the life of an orphan by making a donation, coming to an event or joining us on a trip.

Living in a State of Survival

“. . . there is much more to a child spiritually, emotionally, and mentally that will forever keep them identifying as an orphan unless we dig deep and get to the root issues. The deep, hidden issues that come with the label ‘orphan.’”

Why Help Kids in Other Countries?

No one person, organization or denomination is equipped to adequately care for 140,000,000 orphans. But if each of us does what we’re called to, those precious children will know they have a heavenly Father who loves them!

When Easter is not in Retrospect

For the earliest church members, the days following the resurrection were actually a slow unfolding of a mystery. “Was He the Messiah or not?” many still wondered. They had not yet caught wind of sightings by the grave or the folded linens left behind.

Dry Bones

This truth is important to remember because we don’t just serve a God who sees the now and the future. God sees the things of the past and knows the potential of it still, after it is long forgotten.

11 Questions to Ask Before You Take a Mission Trip

Short-term mission trips have gotten a bad rap recently. And, honestly, we don’t have to look too far to see why.Examples of harm done by short-term teams abound. I’ve read stories of churches in South America being painted 20 times in a five-year span because it was...

Tradition of Orphan Care

Throughout the entire Bible, we read of God’s beautiful plan of adoption. God tells us that He “will not leave us as orphans.”* Once we are in God’s family, He tells us the “religion which is pure and faultless is one that looks after the orphan.”*
So, the Bible has set the tone for caring for orphans and adoption. How have we, the Church, responded to this call?

Making Their Dreams Come True

You have helped break cycles of poverty. You have impacted an orphan’s future.
You have helped make their dreams come true.

Christmas in Russia’s Orphanages

For both new trip-takers and seasoned veterans, all were reminded of the importance of caring for the orphan. God used this trip to teach everyone something about Himself and His care for the least of these.

A New Hope

Doesn’t the Bible say God is the orphans’ defender? Then where is He?

When God Seems Distant

As we prepare for Easter this month, you may be facing trials that dim your perspective of the resurrection. You may want to sing “He Arose,” but feel like your hope is still buried. You may wear your new dress and shoes, but feel like a facade, wondering if Jesus will show up for you.

What if we took God seriously?

Doesn’t the Bible say God is the orphans’ defender? Then where is He?

Meet Appu

I cannot bear the thought of Appu being removed from the only family he remembers, so I’m asking for your help.

Who Needs to See the One, True God?

Rahab—a pagan, Canaanite prostitute—literally risked her life and limb to hide and assist the Israelites who’d come to scope out Jericho. Here they were, scheming a plan of attack against her homeland, and she jumped to their aid!

Let’s Bless His Socks off!

When asking “Why, God, did you let this happen?” one can fall into a pit of anger and bitterness when the question is not answered. This question can lead to questioning God’s character and cause us to forget the nature of the great I Am.

Which half are you in?

Is it ok that I send my son to soccer camp while another mother watches hers die of hunger? Should I be kicking the thermostat a few degrees warmer when there are people sleeping on snowy benches in my own city?