Caring for Orphans in Their Distress

One of the things that excites me about serving at Southeastern Seminary is the way the Lord is leading our people to show his love to those who are most marginalized by society. Several Southeastern families do this by caring for orphans and showing the world a picture of what Christ has done for his children. In the video below, Southeastern Professor Tony Merida and Alumni Justin and Rachel White and Chip and Ginny Perkins share their stories of adoption and the hope they have for their children to become disciple-makers. Others who cannot adopt right now, like Southeastern seminary wife Megan Calhoun, have found a unique way to support families currently adopting. Watch and be encouraged by what the Lord is doing, and consider how he might be leading you to care for those who are most easily forgotten among us.

GO: Caring for Orphans in Their Distress from Southeastern Seminary on Vimeo.