by Rey Diaz
Where was Orphan Outreach's passion for the orphan born? In the heart of God.
Orphan Outreach is celebrating a decade of care for orphans and vulnerable children, and we're inviting our US-based staff to share their thoughts about the ministry and its mission - and we're giving a sneak peek into their lives and loves. This is the official anniversary month of the founding of the ministry, so what better person to share than one of the ministry's founders, Amy Seale, our Director of Web and Technology.
As Orphan Outreach celebrates a decade of care for orphans and vulnerable children, we're inviting our US-based staff to share their thoughts about the ministry and its mission - and we're giving a sneak peek into their lives and loves. This month, you'll get to know Missions Coordinator Sarah Herbek, an orphan care advocate with a love for apologetics and adventure.
Located in the central highlands of Guatemala, the city of Chimaltenango serves as a market center and transportation hub for residents of surrounding rural villages. Most people work as farmers, artisans or merchants. Families spend long days and sometimes as many as 14 hours picking up garbage in the trash dump to make just a few dollars a day. Many times young mothers will carry their infant children on their backs all day because they have nowhere to leave them during the day, exposing them to potentially dangerous toxins.
(Special thanks to Elise Diaz for her contributions to this #GrowDeep devotional!)
Join Orphan Outreach and other individuals in serving children in Honduras. The team will be serving children and staff at the San Jose Orphanage in La Paz and spending time focusing on spiritual and emotional growth with both the orphanage staff and each other. The team may help with daily tasks around the home as needed and provide Bible curriculum program as well as educational support. The team will also serve La Paz through the NiCo community program. Click here for more details.
Join Orphan Outreach's president Mike Douris on this medical mission trip that is open to both medical & non-medical professionals. This team will serve at ACK Madeleine School and provide a medical clinic to the students and teachers as well as Biblical teaching. The trip also includes an optional 2-day safari at the end of the trip. Click here for more details.
Have you ever thought about traveling to India on a mission trip? Hear directly from the trip participants and India Director about why you should go. #orphanoutreach #india #missiontrip