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Category Archives: The Project

Bring Home To Chloe: Part 2

Over 2 and a half years ago the Via family began the process of bringing Chloe home from Uganda. In December 2012 the U.View full post »

Our 1st Media Mission (Storytelling Changes The World)

Storytelling Changes the World How do you put into words something that so drastically changed your life? People ask “View full post »

T.A.P’s Newest Addition!!!!

I don’t think it would be an overstatement to say that for the last 2 years Nick and I have lived and breathed TheView full post »

We Can All Serve (Guest Post)

We dearly love our team members from our first Media Mission. We came together as strangers and left as family. Each oneView full post »

‘Things Emma Taught Me’ – (Guest Post)

One of the first things I tell people about our Media Mission was how humbling it was.  I was humbled to my core forView full post »

Media Mission: Meet Sharon and the Aunties

I want to introduce you to one of my heros: Sharon, 27 years old, Ugandan, grew up in an orphanage. I think after youView full post »

Media Mission: Day 5

There’s an undefinable comfort in familiarity. The smell of your favorite morning beverage as the light breaks overView full post »

Media Mission: Village Day

Before he’d let us in the van that was to take us to the village Sharon was born in, our loyal driver, Richard, hadView full post »

Media Mission: Day 1

While interviewing all of the Media Mission applicants a lot of prayer and thought went into the final nine. UltimatelyView full post »

Why We’re Doing The Media Mission

I’ve sat out to write this blog post several times. However, as before any of our overseas trips, the work pile growsView full post »

Mercy Monday – Meet Mary!

Okay, so this is a very exciting blog post for us to share. We met Mary in Jinja last April while documenting a veryView full post »

Media Mission – Meet the Cheneys!!!

Happy Monday! We hope your weekends were as rejuvenating and refreshing as ours were and that you greet this blog postView full post »

Media Mission Team!

Oh my goodness, oh my goodness! We could not be more excited to share this blog post with you all! As you know (orView full post »

The Sadler Family

On a cold, January night of 2012 we made our way to the DFW Airport . There was a very special little boy coming homeView full post »

Our Time With The Rogers

There is a spirit of contentment that you just canʼt fake. You can always tell when someone is trying to impress youView full post »

The Dingles- Adoption Follow Up

    Since The Archibald Project began we knew that we would be taking pictures and making documentaries, but what weView full post »

Meet The Ivey’s

We had the wonderful joy of hanging out with the Ivey family last week. Our time together was simple and sweetView full post »

Our Gear.

Greetings! Today’s post is for our techie friends out there. Some of you have asked about our photography gear and weView full post »

The Archibald Project Was Born

We’ve been asked by some of you, why we do what we do… Here is a 30 second explanationView full post »

Why We Do What We Do

We don’t know why God works the way He does, if we did, He wouldn’t be creator and us creation. We don&#View full post »

In Honor of Archie

Today is a special day.  Exactly two years ago, the Eicher family adopted a little boy named Archie.  This day isView full post »

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