Over the past few months we have been anxiously waiting Jacob Burson’s first day at Orphan Aid, Liberia. The time is finally here and he has been officially a part of the team for almost a month now. A lot of you guys might know Jacob already. It could be from The Church at The Well, somewhere in a Cartersville…

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One woman’s “yes” changes the course of hundreds of orphans in Liberia In 1952 a little girl by the name of Elizabeth Williams was born in Maryland County, Liberia. Elizabeth would grow up in the familiar poverty of Liberian natives. At four years old her Father would die. With no mention of her mother, Elizabeth goes…

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Trip 26 Next month we will take off on our 26th journey across the Atlantic. The past two trips have been focused on the progress of the children we began caring for in 2017. During this trip, we will be introducing you to new faces from the Williams and Gorblah Mission. This orphanage is located…

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“We’re back on U.S. soil from a 12-day trip to Liberia, and while my bed feels heavenly and I appreciate smelling decent again, I already miss my Liberian family that we left behind. These people, these children, really have become just that: family. And when you start to think of people as family, and not…

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If you’re anything like me, you’re a sucker for a good glass of lemonade, especially when it’s priced at a dollar and comes with a delicious cookie. Although, I never tried this growing up I couldn’t help but stop by a stand that I might pass going through neighborhoods. There is something special and innocent…

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