Join us in praying for orphans:
•Invite God to fan into flame a fresh movement of His church worldwide to care for orphans. May each member fulfill his or her role with passion and generosity. Start in me.
•Petition our heavenly Father to move in governments to create policies which have the best interests of children in mind. May the vulnerable never be pawns for political or financial gain, but treasured members of society.
•Plead with God on behalf of caregivers who face burnout, financial strain and the effects of the trauma the children in their care have experienced. May they obtain the Lord’s blessing, strength and resources for the work they do.
•Pray for foster and adoptive families. For those who are married, pray that their relationships would endure the trials of the challenging path they have taken. For those who are single, ask God for friends who understand their challenges, support their decisions and pitch in to help.
•Ask God to protect the health and safety of each orphan The Boaz Project serves. May they grow in stature, in wisdom and in favor with God and man (as Jesus did according to Luke 2:52).
•Request that the Holy Spirit would lead The Boaz Project’s board of directors and staff so they may be wise and effective.
•Thank God for adopting each of us who believe in the Lord Jesus Christ. “See what great love the Father has lavished on us, that we should be called children of God! And that is what we are!” I John 3:1a (NIV)
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We’ve seen children who once lived on the streets become happy and secure in loving homes. We’ve seen house parents shed tears of gratitude when a bill is paid. We’ve seen institutionalized infants come to life as they experience healing touch. And you, though your prayers, make it all possible.read more
At this point, I didn’t know that Olya was teaching Bible classes to children who still resided in the orphanage or that she was sneaking children out to go to church with her on Sundays, but I was confident that she had become a woman of peace, an ambassador of mercy.read more
It’s in the valley that we are able to sit with orphans and share God’s love with them…and tell them we understand their questions and are hurting with them. In that valley we are together and not alone. In that valley we understand being in God’s family. In the valley God invites us to come and see his heart.read more
This is the moment when we stand firm in our own belief that God is not finished yet. We share with others that there is more to this story. And we behold all that we might have missed had we turned away in resignation or defeat when the first answer was not what we hoped.read more
As we look forward to 2018, we are praying that, together, we can offer hope to more children, support more caregivers, and engage more Christians in caring for orphans than ever before.read more