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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
Volunteer Kids Serving Kids Coordinator, 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

Bike rides with a 3 year old and (wobbly) dreams

This weekend, my wife and I were teaching our 3 year old how to ride a bike with training wheels. As she got on again, she said, “daddy, this new bike is a bit wobbly, but it won’t fall over …

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Posted in Confessions of a Nonprofit Leader, Orphan Care Spotlight

3 little words. 1 big impact.

“For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in. I needed clothes and you clothed me, I was sick …

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This was a day that taught me to believe

I remember the look of his tired eyes. Fibion, a pastor in Zimbabwe, had just buried his 6th person in the month, with more to be buried soon. It was in 2005 and I couldn’t stop being overwhelmed for him. …

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Posted in Confessions of a Nonprofit Leader, Meet The Voices, Prayer, Praise, Devotionals

Feature Partner: volunteers at Ndeke Evangelical Church

As April (hopefully!) brings signs of Spring, it also brings a celebration of volunteer service and the incredible impact it can have. From the very beginning, we’ve said that volunteers are at the heart of our ministry. This has been …

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Come to Our House!

Come to Our House! May 9th. 7pm-9pm. We would love for you to enjoy a bit of food and music in our living room and hear about our work in the past year, as well as plans for the future. …

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Prayers from my wife – unexpected surprises

Prayers from my wife are always treasured. This afternoon, my incredible wife had the opportunity to speak with some women today and share the story of Forgotten Voices, as well as her  journey of being married to me. Oh to …

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Posted in Confessions of a Nonprofit Leader, Prayer, Praise, Devotionals

Give a Gift that’s Matched!

Right now at Forgotten Voices, 1 equals 2. Thanks to the generosity of a few friends, new recurring monthly gifts will be matched! Help us reach our goal of $5,000 this spring and make twice the difference in the life …

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