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.

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?

Your impact in 2018

We’re so thankful for all you did to help orphans in 2018!

Not Why, But What

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.

Meet the Armentrouts

“After we were connected with Jim and April and introduced to the Boaz Project, RuthAnn felt a strong calling of God to go on her first short-term international missions trip with The Boaz Project in 2003. When RuthAnn returned home she wasn’t really planning on going again but felt the calling of God to go which she did two more times. . .”

I have always had a passion for orphan care, but I didn’t always have the drive to do something about it.

I have always had a passion for orphan care, but I didn’t always have the drive to do something about it.

Old Russia, New Russia

I am writing this 10 days after returning from Russia. Friends, I am so pleased to be able to tell you that the Russia I pictured and feared was not the Russia I encountered. I believe after experiencing the culture, the orphanages, and much more that there has been a shift in Russia. God is up to something and we have the privilege of having a front row seat.

The Best Way to End Your Year

This big-hearted gesture toward the abandoned will not only help break the cycle of poverty for them, but also bless you with the assurance that you’ve closed out the year with an act of love and kindness.

Education is a vital human right

“Education reduces poverty, boosts economic growth and increases income. It increases a person’s chances of having a healthy life, reduces maternal deaths, and combats diseases such as HIV and AIDS. Education can promote gender
equality, reduce child marriage, and promote peace. . .”

Merry Christmas to You

One of my favorite things about my job is that I get to visit friends around the world and worship the one, true God together. In anticipation of Christmas, I thought it would be fun to look at some of the holiday traditions Christians observed in each of the...

Did you know…

  Bindhu and Ambika, girls with a soft smiles and bright eyes, began their life in rural India with three older sisters, their mother, and their father. Tragically, Bindhu and Ambika’s father died when they were only two and four years old. Their mother, an...

Help Elijah Achieve His Dream

With an education, Elijah will no longer look to his future and see one of total dependence on others, but of freedom and independence to achieve his dreams.

Christmas in the Nations We Serve

In anticipation of Christmas, I thought it would be fun to look at some of the holiday traditions Christians observed in each of the countries where The Boaz Project serves.

What if you could make their dreams come true?

They’re ready—eager, even—to do the hard work. They just need your helping hand.

A faith that invites

When we pair our faith with deeds others can see, we demonstrate a living faith, one that is effective, inviting and life-giving.

It’s your anniversary!

Along the last 19 years, we’ve seen God do amazing things—He’s opened doors to countries that can be difficult to navigate. He’s undergirded caregivers as they live out their calling to care for orphans. He’s brought children to Himself and healed the pains from the abuse and neglect they’ve endured.