In 1952, Mao Tse Tung shook China with his statement, “Women hold up half the sky.” Actually, when caring for orphans, they hold up more. Real and intimately personal, Ruined for the Average IV honors the grit and grace of women who have stood in the gap for children who need family. From a Kansas kitchen to rural Haitian huts, their stories span three continents and take us on a journey of wealth and poverty, valleys and triumphs, life and death. Along the way, we find identity and inspiration.
What if there could be significance in something as simple as a sandwich? What if caring for children could make your life richer and God seem closer? Are you willing to be Ruined for the Average?
________ GO Project is a global community caring for local children and families in crisis._________