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Our Five Favorite Books

Our Five Favorite Books

Over the years, we’ve collected quite the library of books related to orphan care. Since we know you’re passionate about orphans, but may not have the time to plow through all the resources available, we thought we’d share our absolute favorites with you. Click the...
A Perfect Love

A Perfect Love

Dear Boaz Family, On the heels of Valentine’s Day, let’s talk a bit about love. I know that Valentine’s Day is generally about eros (romantic love), but we’re going to discuss storge (familial love) and agape (God’s endless love) instead. Humans were made to be loved....
Living in a State of Survival

Living in a State of Survival

Photo: Nickol Teague Being a friend of The Boaz Project, you are no stranger to the term “orphan.” In fact, not only are you familiar with the term, but you understand that definitions vary. For example: a child could be a “single orphan,” meaning that there has been...
Dry Bones

Dry Bones

“Then he said to me, ‘Prophesy to the breath; prophesy, son of man, and say to it, ‘This is what the Sovereign Lord says: Come, breath, from the four winds and breathe into these slain, that they may live.’ So I prophesied as he commanded me, and breath entered them;...
Tradition of Orphan Care

Tradition of Orphan Care

In Rome, prior to 374 A.D. there was a practice that existed of leaving children on the street if they were malformed, female, or an inconvenience. It was the early church who was known for taking these children off the street and bringing them into their own homeIt...