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God is raising up people to care for orphans.In the process, the promises of materialism and individualism are exposed as bankrupt imposters, and people are being ruined for the average. We know. It happened to us, but this is not our story, though we once thought it was. This is not even the story of The Global Orphan Project, though some think it is.

It is a movement of the hands of God. These are His Stories of hope, redemption, and hard work. We’ve simply been invited in. You are invited also, but beware! Real love can be messy, risky, and dangerous. Are you willing to consider that God’s riches can be found in the lives of Haitian orphans? Are you prepared to be ruined for the average?

The Global Orphan Project is involved in God’s work of transforming lives through orphan care. To learn more visit www.goproject.org

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The Global Orphan Project
c3missions Kansas City, Missouri

The Global Orphan Project, Inc. ('GO Project') is transforming lives through orphan care. The GO Project mobilizes local churches in some of the poorest areas on earth to care for the neediest orphaned and vulnerable children in their communities; children of last resort with no viable means of care. A vibrant, viral network of global givers fuels the growth of this grassroots movement for orphans. 100% of donations to orphan care goes to the care of orphans. Thanks to the investment of select donors, GO Project does not use any of your generous gifts for our administrative overhead or fund raising expenses.

Publish Date  April 15, 2013

Dimensions  Pocket  94 pgs   Black and White printing (on cream uncoated paper)

Category  Nonprofits & Fundraising

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