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Help Orphans know God's heart


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Help Orphans know God's heart


“Combining animation with Bible study, we are creating a unique resource that connects God’s Word to the struggles of the orphan and foster child.”

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Did You Know...


• ESTIMATED 153 MILLION ORPHANS WORLDWIDE
• LESS THAN 1% OF ALL ORPHANS ARE BEING ADOPTED
• EVERYDAY 38,000 ORPHANS AGE OUT WITH NO FAMILY
• 400,000 CHILDREN  ARE IN THE U.S. FOSTER CARE SYSTEM

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Did You Know...


• ESTIMATED 153 MILLION ORPHANS WORLDWIDE
• LESS THAN 1% OF ALL ORPHANS ARE BEING ADOPTED
• EVERYDAY 38,000 ORPHANS AGE OUT WITH NO FAMILY
• 400,000 CHILDREN  ARE IN THE U.S. FOSTER CARE SYSTEM

The power of oral/visual learning

According to the International Orality Network, the vast majority of children worldwide have basic or below basic literacy skills.  They are oral/visual learners because of their limited literacy skills. Animation increases retention dramatically and provides a powerful and effective way for these children to learn.  Our curriculum provides a combination of Bible study, animation, crafts and teaching aids in order to give these children the best opportunity to learn biblical truth as it relates to their unique struggles.   Learn more here: http://issacharinitiative.org/orphans-forgotten-unreached/

 

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help us turn hopelessness into hope!


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help us turn hopelessness into hope!


The Crisis

There are approximately 153 million orphans in the world today. That is roughly half of the population of the United States!  Most of these will never be adopted by a loving family.

Our Part

After significant research, we have learned that one of the greatest needs in global orphan care is for resources that connect God's Word to the struggles of orphans and foster children.

The Impact

From day one, Orbie for Orphans as been focused on a big solution to a big problem. our goal is to have an eternal impact, reaching the masses of the world's most wounded children.