When We Are Willing

When We Are Willing

For more than a decade, our friends at Chicago’s Pizza have made supporting orphans through The Boaz Project a priority. Their generous sponsorship each year extends our services to more children in need. In the interview below, Co-Founder Ron Epple shares why the...
We’d Love to Visit You!

We’d Love to Visit You!

Are you part of a church, small group, or kids’ ministry who’d like to learn more about orphans and how to fulfill Christ’s command to care for them? Invite The Boaz Project! A few weeks ago, we had the honor of spending time with Community Church of...
Meet Evans

Meet Evans

Evans’ mother, a struggling alcoholic, worked as a barmaid and a prostitute before disappearing in January of this year. A neighbor heard Evans crying and broke down the door of the single-room shack he once shared with his mother. He had been locked in the shack for...
Join Our Team!

Join Our Team!

Do you have the skill set to tell The Boaz Project’s stories through visual pieces–both print and digital–for newsletters, social media, video, etc? The Boaz Project is looking for a digital media specialist to join our close-knit staff. This role will...
The Power of Testimony

The Power of Testimony

One of the most remarkable aspects of the Christian life is being able to witness God working in and through the lives of our fellow believers.  Testimonies are so powerful, as they not only motivate us to persevere in our daily lives, but point us back to the Source...
Meet Braiton

Meet Braiton

Braiton is a playful, pleasant 10-year-old boy who calls El Shaddai Children’s Center in Kenya home. He recently celebrated a birthday and we are so thankful that he is living in the care of our Kenyan partners, who are dedicated to seeing him thrive! Upon coming to...
2020 in Review

2020 in Review

2020 in Review Undoubtedly, 2020 has been a crazy year of evaluating, pivoting, and stretching for everyone, The Boaz Project included. As we considered how best to inspire and equip leaders around the globe to care for orphans in their own communities during these...
Meet Mari Muthu and Govindraj

Meet Mari Muthu and Govindraj

Mari Muthu and Govindraj were orphaned recently, and due to COVID, no one in the village wanted to take them into their own homes. However, the villagers had compassion on the boys and brought them to one of our Indian partner homes. God has been faithful to provide...