Today, we are celebrating with our sisters at Baan Zion orphanage in Thailand! After accepting Jesus as their personal savior, 7 girls were baptized and raised to walk in the newness of eternal life. Baan Zion Director Jan Smit and his wife Ellen had the honor...

Last Sunday night was a night that I will never forget for as long as I live. After a recent series of heartaches and trials in each of our lives, me and a few of my closest friends came to three conclusions together: Life is stinkin’...

Our days are made up of a series of moments and each one passes, whether we like it or not. Some moments pass us by without a second thought, and other’s can change the course of our lives forever. For Robert Machogu, the moment he...

My name is Ruth and I am 17 years old. I live in Baan Zion for 9 years already. I came here when I was only 8 years old. I am from Payamengrai village and my mother is in Chiangrai prison from when I was very...

The Northern Hill Tribes of Thailand suffer at the hand of extreme racial discrimination.  Many people lack good jobs, children are refused education, and citizenship is often withheld.  Despite the fact that many of these tribes have been a part of the cultural fabric of...

Hey to all of you NASCAR fans out there who can’t get enough of that racing rush! This month, we’re kicking off a new fundraiser by selling the die-hard-fan package of your dreams… Plan your next trip this spring to The Last Great Colosseum in style...

What’s black, yellow, and orange all over? It may just be one of the most unique donations we’ve received yet! Funded by a private donor, Richard Petty’s Garage built us a sleek 2015 Ford Mustang Convertible with a unique twist on the classic American car. And...

Nothing warms a heart more during the Christmas season than hearing the inspiring story of a cheerful giver! And if there was ever such a heartwarming story here at SOW to share with you as inspiration during the holidays, it would be the story of...

Anyone who has spent a few moments with Richard Baker knows his passion for hurting humanity, especially orphans, is undeniable. He and his wife Cheryl had the privilege of serving as directors of Casa Shalom Orphanage in Guatemala from 2002 to 2005. Throughout his service...