Serving Costa Rica Through Lifeline

Costa Rica, home to approximately 5.2 million people, is a beautiful country with breathtaking beaches, lush rainforests, and incredible wildlife. Despite its advancement, inequality remains a major challenge, resulting in vulnerable children fighting for their needs to be met.

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About our Partner

In Costa Rica, Global Orphan Care partners with Tibas Baptist Church and their 1:27 Mission. The focus of this ministry is to equip and walk alongside church members as they seek to serve and make disciples of vulnerable kids and families in their local community.

Program Focus

Support: Providing care kits for foster kids through Casa Viva programs.

Mentorship: Guiding more than 25 aging-out kids through mentorship programs in the Casa de Pan Residential Program.

Foster Care: Encouraging, equipping and connecting members of the church with Casa Viva foster care programs to empower these families to fulfill the gospel mandate of caring for the vulnerable.

Adoption: Walking alongside adoptive families and connecting them with other potential adoptive families within the congregation to create a culture of adoption within the church.

Awareness: Facilitate a group that brings together 20 local churches with the goal of building an awareness of the Biblical call to care for the orphans and vulnerable.

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Pray for Pastor Henry and Tibas Baptist Church as they work to create a culture of caring for the vulnerable in their community.

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