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This is Just the Beginning

To my Providence Family, Celebrate with me another incredible year full of abundant blessing, provision, and growth! In 2016, God has continued to work in amazing ways in Honduras at La Providencia, and through Providence in over 60 countries around the world.  With your partnership and generous investment, we also have had our healthiest financial year to date. Through the…

Here’s Our To-Do List

For the last several weeks we have shared with you our to-do list for 2017. If you somehow missed it, here’s a quick overview: Continue to add children to our 3rd home, and continue screening parents for our 4th Significantly expand agricultural production to increase self-sustainability Continue to develop Academia La Providencia as a beacon of hope for this generation and…

Update: From Tanzania to Vietnam

Dear Providence Family, Our vision for Providence is clear; “…to inspire and equip others around the world to love orphans, widows, and at risk communities as God loves them.‘ About a month ago, Providence launched the ThinkOrphan Podcast. A new initiative aimed at bringing together the leading voices in orphan care from around the world to inspire the global church…

Finishing Strong – Day 13 (Final Day) in Uganda

(written a couple days ago) Yesterday, I finished up my research in Uganda with visits to two orphan care communities, Watoto and Cherish Uganda.  As I sit here in Dulles airport during my second layover of this long, 31 hour journey home, I’ll share a bit about what I learned at the two villages. The Watoto Suubi village is a…

Reckless Distribution of Love – Day 3 in Mafikeng

Today was a great day here in Mafikeng.  I was able to visit the health care clinic and villages where Orchard Africa works, visit a cemetery in the village, and participate in a few home visits where we were able to talk and pray with a few people who are very sick and likely dying.  Then, I was able to…

The Way Forward Project Research Summit

Last Tuesday, I had the privilege of attending a summit at the State Department in D.C. that focused on research conducted on family-based orphan care in 6 African countries.  More specifically, it focused on how to best care for orphans.  Not surprisingly, the unofficial theme for the event was “families, not institutions.”  It was an intimate gathering of about 100…

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