The Pursuit of Purpose Podcast ft. Joseph Anfuso

Chris Kiefer hosts the Pursuit of Purpose Podcast and describes himself as obsessed with failure, growth, and the desire to become the best version of yourself. He invited Forward Edge Founder and President, Joseph Anfuso, to share his story and the ways his faith led him to start Forward Edge and pursue God’s plan for his […]

 

Books By Our President

Forward Edge Founder and President, Joseph Anfuso, has written two thought-provoking books, read more about them below:   Message in a Body Born into a prominent political family in New York, Joseph Anfuso grew up in a world of privilege, prestige and high expectations. Disillusioned with the values and pressures of that world, he would set […]

 
 

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, […]

 

President Note – July 2017

Join The Village: Since 2008, Forward Edge has been conducting a program in Nicaragua for at-risk girls who once lived in or around the main Managua garbage dump. For almost 10 years, Villa Esperanza, or Hope Village, has been a place of healing and transformation for these girls. Many have formed genuine relationships with Jesus, […]

 

President Note – May 2017

There are times in all our lives when God invites us to follow Him into new and uncharted territory. Invariably, that means letting go of what’s familiar, what’s comfortable, and/or what has “worked for us” in the past.

 

2016 Annual Report

See your 2016 impact in different places around the world.

 

President Note – Feb. 2017

As Forward Edge begins its 34th year of ministry, it seems appropriate to highlight the “why” behind who we are and what we do…

 
 

From the President: A New Future for Luis

“Before my sisters and I came to Trigo y Miel, we were hungry a lot. I thought I was going to have to drop out of school so I could work and help my family. But now I don’t have to and I’m in my third year of high school.”