It wasn’t until God called me to pause my medical career and serve orphans full-time that by His Grace, I really learned the need for complete surrender and respect for spiritual authority.Read More
This is a video from a course that I teach on starting an orphanage. The course teaches students how to start a nonprofit anywhere in the world. In this video, I give my students a checklist for starting a nonprofit. I hope you find this helpful. If you need to learn more on how to start a nonprofit, you may want to consider taking my course.
Do you think taking care of orphans is a one person job? Do you find yourself feeling like you can’t depend on anyone else and it’s all up to you? Well you know what they say: if you want something done right, do it yourself!” That couldn’t be farther from the truth! As Christians, we need each other and we need Godly counsel. When caring for orphans, it is especially important for you to have a strong team that you can bounce ideas off of and gain insight from. In this post by Dr. Ed Roller, an instructor at Austin Bible Institute, you’ll see just what the Bible says about wise vs. foolish counsel and what a difference it can make.
If you dream of caring for orphans, then you are preparing yourself to step in the shoes of a great leader. All people look to leaders for guidance, wisdom, direction, and encouragement…orphans and vulnerable child do all the more. In this blog post, learn from Dr. Kenneth Acha as he shares what he thinks are the top 7 traits of leaders.
Why should you and I be interested in knowing the 7 personality traits of great leaders? First, because regardless of what we do in life, we are leaders. Second, these traits can be learned. Because they can be learned, we can improve our leadership ability. Read More…Read More
When it comes to being strong during difficult times or teaching the children you work with how to depend on God when all seems lost, knowing who you are in Jesus is key. In this post, Dr. Kenneth Acha teaches us how God’s grace has made us one with Him.
At Austin Bible Institute, everything we do is motivated by our belief that orphans and poor people deserve the highest standards of care possible. We are driven by the dream that one day orphans will be perceived with the same dignity and value that we perceive our own children.Read More
This is a great video from CAFO’s youtube channel.