FTC's First Boarding Home
I love what some of the new web browsers say when they crash... "Well, now this is embarrassing. We seem to have encountered a problem!" Though we're not embarrassed, our Weekly Why has been more of a monthly output lately. We've had some staff changes here, and we're working to get back on track to the weekly story.
As you know here at Frontline we have a passion to help street children. These are the kids who fall through the cracks of the bottom of the economic barrel, and end up partially or entirely disconnected from family and authority structures, who miss out on an education, and are subject to the multiple dangers of street life. They are commonly malnourished, sick, addicted to breathing solvents, and are a primary target of sexual abuse and human trafficking syndicates.
Today we would like to be reminded that helping these kids is the "Why" behind so many of Frontline's activities. It's why we recently finished our first boarding home for our Face the Children (FTC) kids. It's why we are soon to start construction on another children's home, and why we are dreaming of - and planning - a new school building at our mission center.
To all of those of who pray for, serve with, or give to Frontline, we hope you will enjoy this short video showing the start and finish of the first FTC Home (see link below). This is a special thanks to all those who gave to the recent 241 Challenge, but also an encouragement and reminder to all who serve with, pray for, and give to Frontline; it's why we do what we do!