Why Visiting an Orphan Matters

Why Visiting an Orphan Matters

  I have heard both sides of the “Short Term Trips are Good vs. Bad” debate numerous times. Some refer to the heated controversy as the “Short Term Missionary vs. Vacationary” debate. Both sides have insightful things to say and valid points to make. I agree and...
Meet Our New Friends!

Meet Our New Friends!

Jambo, El Shaddai Children’s Center! With thanksgiving to God and abundant excitement, we would like to introduce you to our newest partners, the staff of El Shaddai Children’s Center in Limuru, Kenya! Once again, the Lord has orchestrated amazing events to lead...
Send a Smile Across the Globe

Send a Smile Across the Globe

Frantick lives in Vladimir Children’s Home in Russia. He is there because most of his relatives are in prison on drug charges. Three years ago, his aunt was released from jail and took her own son home from the orphanage. Though she was given the option to also take...
Discover your greatest wireless connection

Discover your greatest wireless connection

Dear friend of orphans: My husband and daughter are preparing to hike a stretch of the Appalachian Trail. As they gather equipment and portable snacks, we parents have begun to wonder, “What will it be like for our daughter to be “unplugged” for a week? Like most...
House Parent Training

House Parent Training

We are very thankful for your love and care while we were at the house parent training. I thank you and the Boaz team for bringing a training program to Bangalore. It’s a great privilege for us. Through this training we learned how to do what’s best for our children....
Sushilla: A Beautiful Example of 1 Timothy 4:12

Sushilla: A Beautiful Example of 1 Timothy 4:12

Sushilla was born on March 26, 2000. When she was 8, she left her family of nine and made the long train ride from the Indian state of Jharkhand to Tamil Nadu. That is the American equivalent of riding a train from New York City and getting dropped off in Albuquerque,...
India

India

Imagine for a moment that you are a house parent for a children’s home. You already have more mouths to feed than you ever envisioned, but each one belongs to a precious child you love like your own. School fees mount and pants grow short, and daily you plead to God...
A letter of Thanks

A letter of Thanks

Hello, The Boaz Project! With this letter I would like to thank the whole Boaz team for dedicating so much time and so many efforts towards the wellbeing of those who need it most—the orphans. I was honored to interpret for the Boaz team in Vladimir, Russia back in...
To Stumble Beautifully

To Stumble Beautifully

Students from Taylor University recently did their one-month practicums in India, working alongside The Boaz Project. They were all part of the univeristy’s new living and learning community which focuses on orphans and vulnerable children. From interviewing orphanage...