Metu had suffered a great deal before I met her. How, then, could it be said that God was in the place of her suffering?
By Ed Gillentine, former TFC Board Member and continuous advocate for The Forsaken Children.
I met Sossina, who I now call Sossie, when she was 8 years-old. . . For a reason only God understands, the first moment I laid eyes on Sossie – amidst countless other precious children – she stole my heart.
By Britainy Sholl, Vice Chairwoman of The Forsaken Children. This story is based on a former street child’s real life experiences. Take a moment and get a glimpse of what life is like on the streets from a child’s perspective. Finally, be inspired by how God intervenes to change children’s tragic stories into ones full […]
This summer I spent six weeks with The Forsaken Children‘s team in Ethiopia. During this time, I was privileged to spend each day with a group of boys at the drop-in center, teaching English, playing soccer, and just spending time loving on these amazing guys. The best part was getting to know these young boys […]
By Rachael Burnett. I wish everyone could get to know Nega. Nega is the director of TFC’s on the ground efforts in Ethiopia. Honestly, I’ve only “known” him for a short while— the only time I’ve been around him and seen him in action was for a short week this summer while on my first […]