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Posted by Dr. Sabrina Black on April 19, 2012 at 1:25 PM Comments comments (0)

At Global Projects we are living our Kingdom Dream to make a difference in the world by touching and transforming lives with the Word and Counseling Resources. We are a non-profit  501c3 that has done ministry on 5-of-7 continents: Europe, Africa, Asia, North America and South America. We invite you to join us as we preach, teach, and reach the masses with the Gospel and humanitarian efforts. YOU can go on a trip, become a volunteer, give regularly as a partner or corporate donor, and/or adopt our agency as your charity of choice . When you give to GPH3 your support will help get the work done in prisons, orphanages, schools. crisis pregnancy centers, relief aid, the fight against human trafficking and more. Together we can do more to change the world.  

TELL US YOUR DREAM to make a dynamic impact in the world.  You can also register to take a life-changing trip using your gifts, skills and abilities to be a blessing to others in the world.

Happy New Year

Posted by ExecDir on January 12, 2011 at 6:14 PM Comments comments (0)

What great expectations for the New Year! Global Projects is looking forward to another stellar year serving the Lord through our mission teams and trips as well as our youth department of Girls with Great Potential. We are excited at how the Lord is bringing resources and volunteers to help us expand our vision and reach as many  people as possible.


I am excited about our our Passport to a New Life our Human Trafficking initiative which will hold its first Town Hall Meeting on January 25, 2011 on the campus of Wayne State University. We have sought and found other organizations in Michigan who are also combatting this crime against our women and children on a local level. We are joining ourselves to walk with others to make a difference. We have also been approved to initiate the Rescue and Restore Coalition for Michigan. The honor is to work to be a bridge that will bring together the leaders and agencies who are working in Michigan as abolitionist against this 21st century slavery. The excitement is that we are coming together to send a resounding "NO" to this type of activities in our community.


The Girls with Great Potential program will move to a monthly format to deliver our Seven Point Currivculum. This program will hold its orientation January 15th and with great expectancy on behalf of our staff and volunteers we are excited to offer our young girls 8-12 years old opportunity to have fun, interactive activities that offer girls hope as we help them in making wise decisions, engage their critical thinking skills, build relationships and arouse their enjoyment of learning as they become global citizens.

The Seven Point Curriculum consists of: Global Citizenship, Cultural Heritage, Health and Fitness, Entrepreneurship and Leadership Development, Educational Enrichment, Social Skills and Etiquette and Self-Esteem and Peer Pressure.


We have a great Team going to Panama in February 2011 who will be lead by Dr. Lisa Haston Fuller and meet up with other Teams out of Atlanta and Minnesota. They will be engaged in all types of ministry, a youth concert, construction, medical, women and kitchen. The excitement is brewing and the Teams are ready to deliver their best to raise the standard among the people of Panama. Keep this in your prayers.


Are you ready to go on the international mission field? Has God called you to go to the nations to fulfill the Matthew 28? What are you waiting for? Globa Projects stands ready to help you fulfill the call as well as prepare you to understand how to go and make disciples. Give us a call we are available to churches and other mission-minded agencies to help you go. Call 313.205.7300.




Pamela J. Hudson

Executive Director

Haiti - One Year After Earthquake

Posted by ExecDir on January 12, 2011 at 6:00 PM Comments comments (0)

Can you believe it has been a full year since the devastation of the earthquake in Haiti? It seems as justs the other day a Team of Global Projects missionaries went in February 2010 to evaluate what our organization could do to help the people in their state of trauma and crisis. It was only in June 2010 we took a Team of 10 who brought the Train the Trainer Series addressing the grief and loss, PTSD, crisis counseling, depression to name a few. It was this Team of 10 who served in the heart of the ruins Port au Prince where we met and encourage men, women, children who wer still in shock and fear. Although, the year has come around we still are seeing the needs of so many people not being met. We encountered children and families outside the capital city who had not received any aid and were eating only one time per week. We bought food and served the children and watched their faces as their were satisfied and their stomachs filled. We brought school supplies and items to school children who wanting to learn were not sure where their materials for learning was coming from. We as an organization is committed to help the hurting of Haiti over a 3-5 year period. We will continue our brand of crisis training and intervention with our Series giving the lay people, professionals, clergy, social workers and doctors the resources to meet the need of the people. We are set to go back to Haiti 3 times per year and we will not rest until we can help as many people as we can.


Global Projects first response Team is typical of our protocol to do a reconnaisance visit and see what the real needs of the people and then bring what resources and materials we can to eradicate the loss or emotional needs. Our God is to always "Touch and Transform Lives through the Word and Counseling Resources." We work on the premise that all people are valuable and how the Lord leads us to be servants to the global community we count it an honor and will do our best to represent excellence in all we do.


Although, this not a time to celebrate the one year earthquake, it is a time to reflect and ask what more can we do to alleviate the suffering our our fellowman? Until our Lord returns He is expecting us, the Body of Christ to be His hands, feet, mouth and heart in the earth. Let us all be found faithful to serving each other.



Pamela J. Hudson

Touching and Transforming Lives through the Word

and Counseling Resources

Lausanne Discussion Comes to Detroit

Posted by PJH on September 22, 2010 at 9:00 PM Comments comments (1)

The Lausanne discussion which is traveling to 12 cities made its stop in the city of Detroit on September 14, 2010 at the home church of Global Projects' founder and president, Dr. Sabrina Black. Not only as it well received and attended the attendees were blown away by the panelist and the discussion on how we can evangelize as well as raise the bar in the christian community to build bridges, bring hope and healing between the city and suburbs.


The host of this historic happening was Evangel Ministries located in Detroit. Pastor Christopher Brooks was the moderator and the church family was on point in all aspects to make the night a complete success. Because of the pastors' commitment to mission and spreading the gospel this was a great fit for the ministry. Kudos to the staff for seamlessly making the discussion flow so well.


Detroit who is known for music and cars will now be listed among the cities raising awareness about the Lausanne movement and reaching to the neighbors across Eight Mile to bring the Body of Christ in unity and harmony to fulfill the Great Commission of being disciples for Christ.


Panelist included Doug Birdsall Executive Chairman, Lausanne, Walter McCry, President National Black Evangelical Association, Rich Van Pelt, National Director of Ministry Relationships-Compassion Internationa, Donovan Case, President International Christian Ministries, Bob Shirock, Pastor Oakpointe Church along with Sabrina Black, Founder and President of Global Projects for Hope, Help and Healing. They were excellent answering questions from the audience and sharing how we as the Body of Christ must respond to global poverty, injustice, other faiths, HIV/Aids, partnerships, forming leaders and urban mission and unreached people groups. This is just a glimpse into what the 5500 delegates will engage in dialogue in South Africa. North American is represented by 400 delegates and among that 400 only 40 are African Americans. This monumental event will help to share the thinking of Christian leaders how to mobilize the global church to be more effective to respond to the challenges.


It is exciting to have Global Projectssitting at the table on the third Lausanne Congress on World Evangelization. This is a giant step into the next decade of how we will respond to the mission work we have been called to do. It will shape how we collaborate, partner and serve the hurting people globally.


We will continue to prepare men and women for ministry, we will continue to heed the cry of our fellowman who is devastated by traumatic happenings and we will do it with purpose, passion and compassion being the hands and feet of the Lord. Reminding them that God does see and cared enough to send us to share His love.


So pray for the delegates who represent pastors, teachers, ministry professionals, and visionaries. Especially lift up our founder, Dr. Sabrina Black and keep her in your prayers. She will serve Global Projects, the city of Detroit and North America well. When she returns we will share what she learned with you in one of our blogs.


God Bless you until next time.


Pamela J. Hudson

Executive Director-Global Projects

"Touching and Transforming Lives through the Word and Counseling Resources"

Global Projects Working & Living Continously

Posted by PJH on September 22, 2010 at 8:49 PM Comments comments (0)

Greetings to all of you. A lot of life has happened which has delayed me continuing my blog. It has all been dynamic and the Lord is busy moving Global Projects to greater heights. We find ourselves going places that only the Lord has set up for us. We are developing our young girls program, Girls with Great Potential which is reaching out to churches and local schools.


We are establishing relationships to help mentor these future leaders to excel in all they do and remind them of who they and to value themselves. Our partnerships and collaborations have been very benefical to the growth spiritually for these young girls. We are delving into the possibility of GWGP II for the girls 13 and up, they are wanting to continue with us and we have to advance our thinking to continue the educational enrichment as they enter into adolescent. We have some women on board willing to invest in these girls and 2011 will be a tremendous year of growth and progress for Girls with Great Potential.


I am so excited about the fact the founder and president of Global Projects will represent us at the 2010 Lausanne World Congress in Cape Town, South Africa. What an honor for Dr. Sabrina Black to be personally invited and to give Global Projects a newer platform to share with the world what we do and reach out to the countries we have visited and build new relationships with new countries we have yet to visit.


Our prayers surround Dr. Black who has labored for 20 years in missions and gave life to Global Projects 10 years ago. We will also celebrate our 10 years with a banquet fundraiser on December 3, 2010 at the Silver Garden Events Center in Southfield, Michigan. This will be an opportunity to reflect on where we have come from. All who love and know Dr. Black I hope will come and share this event with her for she is truely a women on a mission with purpose and passion.


I have to say that living this kind of life has it rewards and challenges, but knowing that we are serving God and answering the Matthew 28 call makes it all worth while.