On Tuesday evening June 14, 2019, the movie Forbidden was shown at St John Armenian Church in Southfield MI. This free showing was coordinated by FAWN BOT Member Greg Baise, his wife Edith and clergy members Fr Aren Jebejian and Fr Armash Bagdasarian. This movie was inspired by the real-life experiences of Pastor Frank Julian, founder, and CEO of FAWN, who was present at this showing and also had a character roll in the movie. Many key cast members were also on hand to answer a question about the movie, FAWN, and its mission. It was an inspired evening as many of those in attendance were also World Medical Relief (WMR) Volunteers. St John Armenian Church has a very successful clergy inspired and leads 4 times a year church and Armenian community-wide volunteer program at WMR. .Representatives from WMR were also present to answer questions about their global mission. The attendees loved the movie! Although based on very serious life experience, in lighter moments in the movie people laughed, in sadder moments in the movie many cried but in the end the movie. Finally, many of those attendees demonstrated their support for FAWN with cans of Ensure and Boost they brought to the event along with some financial donations.
- FAWN VISITED AN ORPHANAGE TO GIVE SCHOOL SUPPLIES
- From the university to schools everyone knows someone who died from AIDS
- The Value and Need for Nutrition When Fighting HIV/AIDS
- Forbidden, is an official selection in the Trinity International Film Festival
- Nine volunteers went to World Medical Relief (WMR)