“All the nations you have made shall come and worship before you, O Lord, and shall glorify your name.” – Psalm 86:9
At The Boaz Project, and most importantly as followers of Jesus, we believe that ALL peoples and nations are made in the image of God and have something important and valuable to bring to the table. Our Heavenly Father is the Great Designer, a God who has so lovingly filled the earth with infinite beauties to discover—the most beautiful and most treasured being our fellow humans. Every race and culture reflects facets of who He is, all perfectly created and loved beyond measure.
As we interact with brothers and sisters in Christ around the globe, we see God in them and know His character better. Our view of worship expands and our perspective of the global Church takes on new meaning.
The mission of The Boaz Project is to inspire and equip leaders around the world to care for orphans in their communities. As we are all called by God to care for orphans, we believe that God specifically calls people across the world to dedicate their lives to caring for vulnerable children—and we get to see it firsthand every day. We get to come alongside and empower caregivers in Russia, India, and Kenya to continue the ministry God has set before them.
We firmly believe our partners are the best equipped to raise the children in their care. They have the ability to bring their children up in their culture, language, and unique communities in ways that we never could. We are truly honored to be able to come alongside them to support, encourage, and add resources to their ministry.
Over the next several weeks, we’ll be highlighting a child and a caregiver from each of the countries we partner in over social media to show how they have displayed the image of God to us and to celebrate God’s global kingdom. We pray that this will be an opportunity for each of us to grow in love for our brothers and sisters in Christ who are doing incredible Kingdom work all over the globe.
Follow us on Facebook (The Boaz Project) and/or Instagram (@boazproject) to see these posts and celebrate these brothers and sisters with us!