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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

The Gift of Surprise: God’s Unexpected…

Written by Kastin Krupinski, PR & Communications Coordinator  As we’ve begun reflecting on what God has done in the last ten years here at Forgotten Voices, we’ve come across story after story about how God has shown up in unexpected …

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ORPHAN SPOTLIGHT: Shiela Mweemba

Written by Abigail Turner, Executive Assistant Americans in this day and age have expectations of their kids. By 18, we expect them to be nearing their high school graduation. We expect that they will have chosen a college or a potential …

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How to see people and dream hope: thoughts on MLK, Jr

In my 2nd grade play, I studied hard to try for the part of Martin Luther King, Jr. I memorized the entirety of his, “I have a dream” speech. Somewhere along the audition process, I was passed over and ended up …

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Orphan Care Spotlight: Faith Community PWC

Therefore, my beloved brothers, be steadfast, immovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, knowing that in the Lord your labor is not in vain. 1 Corinthians 15:58 ESV Livingstone, named after the famous Scottish medical missionary and explorer …

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Upside Down Difference Maker

Written by Kastin Krupinski, Communications and PR Coordinator for Forgotten Voices As I was working on a project the other day, perusing through an overabundance of photos taken “on the field” by our staff and volunteers over the years, I …

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Siyabonga (thank you): A reflection on 2015

Zikomo. Siyabonga. N’ituzemi. These are just some of the ways our partners would say thank you for 2015 if they could do so directly. From Malawi to Zimbabwe to Zambia, there are thousands of people who were served in 2015 …

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Hopeful caregivers: Equip us to lift tired arms

Philip found Nathanael and said to him, “We have found him of whom Moses in the Law and also the prophets wrote, Jesus of Nazareth, the son of Joseph.” Nathanael said to him, “Can anything good come out of Nazareth?” Philip …

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