Heart Plunge to India

          GSAM Heart Plunge 2015 from VimeoBest by RGB Blog on Vimeo. Our team of 16 left from Door of Hope Christian Church on Friday 25th September 2015 to travel to Good Shepherd Agricultural Mission for about 16 days of volunteering work. Most of us became apprentice Electricians! But great fun and enjoyment was had by all!   Further information on GSAM and our latest trip to India Heart Plunge to>>>

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Good Shepherd Agricultural Mission Orphanage Blog

 

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FINAL #OrphanSchool Fund raising campaign Video’s & Updates

Interested to see how the Orphan School Building is going? Just go to here Here are the latest videos & updates just for you!   FINAL #OrphanSchool Fund raising campaign Video’s & Updates 05/04/2015 Campaign completed  Funds raised $114,417….. Building will be achieved …. Read the amazing Sam’s story via John Marshall Sixty days ago, the Good Shepherd Agricultural Mission and I launched our most ambitious fundraiser to date. Faced with growing enrollment and limited space, we were looking>>>

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Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays 2014

Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays 2014 from VimeoBest on Vimeo. Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays 2014 Just a snippet of our families life in the past 12 months, California USA .. our trip to Good Shepherd Agricultural Mission Banbassa India, to visit an orphanage + a holiday. We went to 2 Weddings… My Daughter Ebony to Daniel (Connor) O’Connor in Las Vegas USA. Which included travel to Georgia, a road trip through several southern US>>>

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The Good Shepherd Agricultural Mission

    The Good Shepherd Agricultural Mission   Grandpa Rick and “The Farm” from The Archibald Project on Vimeo.       The Good Shepherd Agricultural Mission was started in 1948 in a remote jungle area of Northern India, on the border of Nepal. The “mission” is now surrounded by many villages and small towns. There are approximately 100 orphan children on the mission, ranging from newborn to young adults. Though it is partially self-supporting>>>

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