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About the Authors

AlexAlex
Lives in Mechanicsburg, PA, with his wife. Works full time as a mechanical engineer.
BekithembaBekithemba
Husband, father, pastor. Fan of Arsenal. Zimbabwe Director for Forgotten Voices.
BrianBrian
Foodie, locavore, social media volunteer.
EllenEllen
Director of Project Management, proud mom of an impish preschooler, grew up in Papua New Guinea.
FibionFibion
Pastor, mentor, soccer aficionado and Chicago fan. Enjoys the Bible, books on leadership, transformation, and the work of the church.
JeffJeff
Elder and missions board chair at his church. Desires most to have US churches reach out to provide for orphans in Africa.
KathyKathy
Director of Impact for Forgotten Voices, wife, mother of two, loves coffee, traveling, learning and advocating for the voiceless.
KatieKatie
Pursuing a degree in Crisis Counseling. Loves to travel and experience new things.
MattMatt
creative catalyst. love coffee, music and traveling.
RemmyRemmy
Africa / Zambia Director for Forgotten Voices. Husband, father, and fan of Arsenal.
RyanRyan
Husband, father, advocate for children orphaned by AIDS. President of Forgotten Voices. Fan of the Red Sox, Dr Pepper, and improving the world.

Archives

Feature Partner: Supporting Entumbane Presbyterian Church

This month, Entumbane Presbyterian Church is our feature partner. Entumbane is the name of a community within the city of Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. Entumbane Presbyterian Church has been demonstrating God’s love in their community for over 20 years. In 2000, the …

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Orphan Care Spotlight: Psychosocial Support

In November and December, we will be sharing about the value of psychosocial support within the context of orphan care. The experience of losing a parent has emotional, psychological and spiritual implications. Many children served by Forgotten Voices’ partnerships have …

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A Cup of Coffee Filled with Hope

As I watched Neatness sip her cappuccino a couple months ago, I was flooded with joy at how God has provided for her in so many ways. Here was a young girl who lost her Dad at age 11, was …

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We are Thankful

  Happy Thanksgiving!    We are so thankful for many of you who have given to us and the children we serve throughout this year. We wanted to take a minute to share with you that because we are encouraged …

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Rethink Gift Giving This Year

We are excited about the opportunity that we have this year to participate in the 7th annual Gifts that Give Hope Lancaster Alternative Gift Fair! Gifts that Give Hope is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting other non-profits through alternative giving. Join …

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Meet Loveness – Lifting tired arms

She has an incredible name that gets to the essence of what I see every day in Zimbabwe and Zambia. Love is at the core of life for a Christian believer in southern Africa. Vulnerable children will always be found. …

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“Welcome home, Ryan”… brief thoughts on Veterans Day

“Welcome home, Ryan,” is my favorite phrase to hear when I get back in the USA after the border control agent at the airport examines my passport. The longer I travel the world, the more thankful I am to come home to …

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