Orphan Sunday

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LEADERSHIP.

God has given us all gifts that we can use to lead in this time.

Leading Orphan Sunday has been one of the great gifts of the Father.

In 2009, I had left my job as a corporate executive and was searching for a way to serve orphans.  I learned about the Christian Alliance for Orphans , and was asked by them to help launch a new idea called Orphan Sunday, which had been born in 2002 in Zambia.

Since that time, I have had a front seat to one of the most amazing miracles of our time.  God has opened doors for Orphan Sunday to become a global movement of the church to care for orphans.

Today, Orphan Sunday is observed in over 80 nations. Below are some news interviews.

Orphans No More on Orphan Sunday (WDCD radio interview)

Orphan Sunday addresses what can be done for millions of children suffering loss

All Christians Called to do Something for Orphans

Here are some of my favorite moments from my work with Orphan Sunday in many nations…

Jodi_churchsteps2012: Visiting the church where Orphan Sunday was born in Kalingalinga, Zambia

Watch the awesome short film I produced on this trip:  Zambia’s Gift to the World

IMG_05182013: Meeting the leader of the Orthodox religion in Ukraine

Watch the awesome short film I produced on this trip:  You Will Be Found

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2013: Interview of Pastor Billiance Chondwe, the founder of Orphan Sunday

img_52702014:  Flying over the amazing nation of Guatemala in 2014 (photo credit Ronnie Mosley)

Watch the awesome short film I produced on this trip:  Guatemala Rises

IMG_16982015:  Praying for Bishop Tendoro, the leader of over 600 million Christians, Philippines

Watch the awesome short film I produced on this trip: Without A Net

 

 

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