AIDS Orphan Dreams of Being a Doctor

Imagine with me a child, seven years old, living in a garbage dump and watching both her mother and father slowly die of AIDS-related illnesses. This was reality for Erminia (pictured right) before she joined Forward Edge’s program for at-risk girls in Nicaragua called Villa Esperanza (Hope Village).

 
 
 
 

President Note – December 2017

Several years ago, leaders from Forward Edge were invited by the president of a billion-dollar Christian ministry to visit their international headquarters. After a full day of meetings, I was accompanied to my car by one of the ministry’s top leaders—a man who’d been serving with the organization for more than 40 years. “You know, […]

 

The Story of a Growing Family

Meet Dan and Mary Vahalla, a couple who has stepped out in faith to grow their “family.” This is their story: We’d like to share with you the amazing experience we’ve had sponsoring “our daughter” from Forward Edge’s program for at-risk girls in Managua, Nicaragua called Villa Esperanza (Hope Village). Iliana joined our family a […]

 

First Earth Block Home

Silvia Santiago, who works as a cook for our Trigo y Miel children’s feeding program, along with her husband, Felipe, and their six children had been living in an unsafe sheet-metal shack. That is before they were selected as the first family to be blessed with a brand-new earth block home! The first of many to be […]