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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...
Making Their Dreams Come True

Making Their Dreams Come True

Because of you, Newton, Goutham, and Martin are able to obtain an education that was never possible for them! It doesn’t end there. Your donations have covered the cost of an education for 64 children like them.These past few months The Boaz Project has had a strong...
A New Hope

A New Hope

“We were confused and almost lost our hope, but your gifts brought us a new hope. Thank God. We don’t know how to express our happiness; we are very much thankful for all the concerned donors who are kind to us.” –Pastor ChristopherMany of you read the panicked emails...
When God Seems Distant

When God Seems Distant

 Have you ever secretly wondered if God had gone on vacation? You keep sending up prayers, but heaven’s hollow silence refuses to reply. Maybe you picture Him somewhere off-duty, a lei around His neck, while you wrestle to face hardship alone.Or maybe you see the...
Who Needs to See the One, True God?

Who Needs to See the One, True God?

 It’s been nearly two months now since one of our Indian house parents was headed to the Department of Children’s Welfare, preparing to make a case to keep the boys in his care. As we prayed for him, I kept asking the Lord to help the official see that this man served...
Your impact in 2018

Your impact in 2018

We’re so thankful for all you did to help orphans in 2018! As you can see above, you’ve brought life change to orphans and their caregivers in Russia, India, and Kenya. For additional information, click the infographic. God is opening some new, big doors of...
Not Why, But What

Not Why, But What

One thing people quickly notice when getting to know me is that I am a question asker by nature. I ask questions because I believe that questions will lead to gaining more knowledge and/or a better understanding. But lately, I have found that there is one question...