In episode 207, we’re talking with Nick Runyon, Ashlee Heiligman and Julie Ann Walton about their new media series called Reimagine Orphan Care. Nick from The Archibald Project shares with us about storytelling and the power of media to help orphans and vulnerable children and Ashlee and Julie share some of the misconceptions they’ve encountered when talking with others about orphan care. All that plus some wrap up conversation on CAFO Summit in Atlanta.

  • Learning about The Archibald Project (7:18)
  • Catching up with Global Child Advocates (9:00)
  • The power of storytelling (12:20)
  • The impact of partnering around media initiatives (19:00)
  • The genesis of Reimagine Orphan Care (24:25)
  • The misconceptions that we encounter when talking about orphan care (37:30)
  • What roles should westerners play with OVC in the Global South? (45:55)
  • The role of short term missions as a way learning and casting vision? (57:15)

Resources and Links from the show

Reimagine Orphan Care : Website

Reimagine Orphan Care : YouTube

Advocates Travel Series by The Archibald Project featuring Global Child Advocates and Selamta Family Project

The Archibald Project : Website

Global Child Advocates : Website

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