A visual look at our ministry.


Missionary Travel Grant Recipient • Story #1

In 2019, Go Be Love launched a brand new missionary care initiative: Travel Grants for Loved Ones to Visit Missionaries These grants help toward flight costs for a loved one to travel to the place where missionaries live and serve. Jen and Marcus are recipients of our first round of these travel grants and we were thrilled to be able to help cover some of the costs to get Marcus’ best friend Bjorn to Ecuador to be the best man in their wedding.

Candice & Karen • Missionaries serving in Uganda

What a joy to get to pour into missionaries like Candice and Karen!

When you support missionary care, you help make retreats like this one possible. You help provide gifts to let missionaries feel seen, known and loved. And so much more. We are so grateful for all of our supporters!

Missionary Travel Grant Recipient • Story #2

Amber and her family have been on the mission field since 2008. The past several months have been particularly challenging for their family. A visit from a parent/grandparent will be such a huge encouragement to this family. We are thrilled to be able to help make this possible. Watch the video to hear from Amber what this visit means to her and her family. Thank you to all of the donors who helped make this and other travel grants possible. Thank you for helping us show missionaries that they are seen and loved!
Lori Acton • Missionary with partner ministry Sole Hope in Uganda
Lori works for Sole Hope, one of our partner ministries in Uganda. We love getting to bring her favorite treats from home to just simply let her know we care about her and appreciate her. Missionary care isn’t always about big elaborate things. It’s the little things that make a difference and encourage someone at the end of a hard day. It is our joy and privilege to be able to pour into missionaries in these and other ways.

Missionary Travel Grant Recipient • Story #3

Mary Triller was one of the recipients of our first round of Travel Grants for Loved Ones to Visit Missionaries. Mary and her husband Paul will travel in late 2019 to be in person to attend their granddaughters graduation in Nicaragua. Mary and Paul are missionaries in Serbia and their family members are missionaries in Nicaragua. Go Be Love was thrilled to help make it possible for them to be there to see their granddaughter graduate. Thank you to all the donors who helped make this and other grants possible!
Be Seen. Be Known. Be Loved.
Our brand new missionary care video explores what it’s like to be a missionary in a foreign country and unpacks simple ways that we can pour into missionaries.
Go. Be. Love.
We sent videographer Jen Morrison to Haiti and Uganda with us in 2016 and she has captured the heart of our ministry in this video that shows exactly what it looks like to GO BE LOVE. Join us!
Be Loved Women’s Retreat • Fort Portal, Uganda • 2017
In the summer of 2017, Go Be Love hosted our first ever Be Loved Women’s Retreat. 20 missionaries from Fort Portal, Uganda enjoyed 24 hours of rest, relaxation, spa appointments, fellowship, worship, and lots of encouragement.
Sid & Wendy • Missionaries in Uganda
Missionaries Sid & Wendy Harper and their children attended our Be Loved Family Retreat over Thanksgiving 2017. Here they beautifully articulate what that retreat meant to them and the importance of caring for missionaries.
Ashland & Sarah • Missionaries in Uganda
In July of 2017 Go Be Love hosted a Be Loved Retreat for Missionary Women in Fort Portal, Uganda, Watch to learn what this retreat meant to Ashland & Sarah.
Laurie Dennis • Missionary in Uganda
In July of 2017, Go Be Love hosted 20 women at our first ever Be Loved Women’s Retreat. The retreat was held in Fort Portal, Uganda and Laurie Dennis was one of the women who attended. Here she shares with us what this retreat meant to her.
Carol Adams • Missionary in Uganda
Missionary Carol Adams shares about her experience at our Be. Loved. Women’s Retreat in Fort Portal, Uganda July 2017.
Partner Testimonials
Hear from some of our partner missionaries about the impact Go Be Love teams have had on them and their ministries. And learn about our brand new missionary care program called Project GPS and learn why this is such a blessing and support to those missionaries serving on the field.
Project GPS
Project GPS: Gathering. Packing. Supporting. This is a unique opportunity to support, encourage, and refresh long-term missionaries. Through Project GPS, “senders” have the ability to collect, pack, and send goods, supplies, and comforts from home to overseas missionaries.
Why we changed our name
November 1, 2017, we changed our name from Visiting Orphans to Go Be Love International. This video explains some of the reasons behind this change.
Our First 10 Years
Go Be Love is a mission sending organization that was founded in 2005 as Visiting Orphans. We wanted to create a way to live out James 1:27. Here’s a look at our first 10 years as an organization. We can’t wait to see what God is going to do in the next 10!

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