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CAFO Members Serving in Ebola Impacted Regions

News outlets increasingly bring to light the harsh toll that Ebola is taking on children. The Washington Post this week headlined, “War-Torn Liberia Already Had Too Many Orphans. Then Came Ebola.” It describes: In a country still recovering from 14 years of civil war, Ebola is posing a new threat to children, with challenges never […]


Departing for Zambia

I depart tomorrow for Zambia with a small team of top-caliber film creatives.  (I may need to dust off my beret and neglect shaving if I have any hopes of fitting in). Instead of the TV shows, commercials and world-class photography these Christ-following artists normally produce, they’ve volunteered their time and considerable skills to create […]


A Journey to the Fatherless

When Larry Bergeron asked if I’d write the introduction to his book, Journey to the Fatherless I knew immediately I’d say “yes.”  I hadn’t yet read the book, but I knew Larry.  His years of faithful labor for orphans, his servants’ heart that seems not to care who gets the credit as long as the […]