One Simple Way to Love Orphans

One Simple Way to Love Orphans

When our short-term team arrived at Jireh Trust Children’s Home in September of 2018, we all noticed an adorable little sleepy head resting in an older child’s arms. Given that she was only four years old and the Bangalore afternoon was steamy, we assumed it was her...
Meet Our Newest Child

Meet Our Newest Child

We are pleased to introduce Chandu. While Chandu’s father was dying from Tuberculosis, Chandu’s mother had to work. So five-year-old Chandu took care of his father. Once his father passed away, Chandu was locked in the home, alone, while his mother worked her...
One Simple Way to Love Orphans

One Simple Way to Love Orphans

When our short-term team arrived at Jireh Trust Children’s Home in September of 2018, we all noticed an adorable little sleepy head resting in an older child’s arms. Given that she was only four years old and the Bangalore afternoon was steamy, we assumed it was her...
Purpose of Play

Purpose of Play

When you take a trip with The Boaz Project one thing you will notice is that while spending time with the children we tend to play. . . A LOT. For some, like myself, this is one of the best parts of the trip. For others, playing may not be all fun and games....
Meet Appu

Meet Appu

 When Arun (affectionately called Appu) was just six months old, his father died. Within a few months, his mother remarried, hoping to gain the security that often eludes widows in India. But the new stepfather refused to provide for Appu and became cruel toward...
Let’s Bless His Socks off!

Let’s Bless His Socks off!

 I could almost hear the panic in his voice, even though I was just reading a message on Facebook. “They want to take our boys,” he said.Over the years, we’ve watched Pastor Christopher go through a lot. We stood by him as his landlord kicked him out because he didn’t...