Let’s reach more orphans for Christ in 2018 than ever before. You can help by choosing one (or more) of the ways below.


Choose Your Adventure

Nothing grows your compassion for orphans like meeting them face-to-face and hearing their stories. Join us for one of the three trips for which we’re still accepting applications in 2018 and bring joy to these precious children.

Find out more at www.boazproject.org/help/trips


Get Moving

Plan now to take part in the “Race for an Orphan 5K” on April 21st. Whether you’re a serious runner or a family with strollers, everyone’s welcome and important to us on race day.

In addition to the race, we’ll have family-friendly activities, a band, and—new this year—an “Orphan Experience” tent, where you can learn more about the children your participation has helped.

A link to registration is available at www.boazproject.org

 


Acknowledge God’s Hand

Commit to spending time praising God for His compassionate heart toward orphans. Thank Him for the resources He has made available to help orphans through The Boaz Project. For inspiration, check out the video of the grateful children at House of Joy, thanking you for their new vehicle for emergency and other use.

You can also lift specific requests from our children’s homes. Find out current needs by signing up for our monthly prayer emails at www.boazproject.org/getinvolved/pray


Attend or Host an Encounter

If you haven’t joined us for Encounter The Boaz Project yet, it comes highly recommended. In fact, folks have called it encouraging, challenging, inspiring, and more!

In short, these one-hour informational sessions give you a big-picture overview of The Boaz Project’s efforts to assist orphans, support caregivers, and engage people like you. You’ll hear moving stories of changed lives and hear a bit about the ministry’s dreams for the future.

Not local? Talk to us about inviting friends and hosting your own!

For more information or to register, visit www.boazproject.org/encounter


Pitch In

You can help provide a space for the boys of Bethel Children’s Home to call their own. Currently, these boys share one small room with young men from a Bible College. Not only are quarters tight, but often the Bible College students’ need for quiet study time prevents the boys from talking and playing.

Watch for opportunities to get involved in giving these boys in Pulianguddi, India a place of their own.

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