Continue to build relationships with more than 50 children at the Casa Hogar Children’s Home and work on construction and maintenance projects.
Dec 18-22, 2019
Casa Hogar is a faith-based children’s home in Acapulco that cares for abandoned and orphaned children— providing a safe and loving environment where each child enjoys quality education, nutrition, medical, and psychological care. Through our twice-yearly trips to Casa Hogar, well over 500 people have gone out from Orangewood to serve and love the children in the home. Over the years, we have been blessed to see the children grow, finish their education, and work in many different fields—some even going into ministry.
Have you asked yourself, “what would it be like to actually go?”
What would happen? Perhaps you think it would be awkward, or maybe you don’t feel like you have the right set of skills.
The following video will help. It’s about two people who went– and found unexpected blessings along the way.
If you’d like to know more about Casa Hogar, watch this Emmy award winning, 2013 documentary directed by Orangewood member Nick Nanton. The documentary is thirty minutes long, and is available to view in full here:
Global Missions Partnerships
Short term trips. Long term relationships. Hear more about Orangewood’s global partnership in Acapulco, Mexico and hear from Joe, Dawn and Jesse how God is impacting lives near and far through gospel-centered relationships.