FMF 104: Orphan Justice: Interview with Johnny Carr Pt. 2

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In this episode of The Family Matters First Podcast we continue our interview with Johnny Carr author of the book Orphan Justice.  Johnny and his wife Beth have 5 children, 3 of which are adopted and deaf.  He shares what lead him to make the decision of adopting and how God led him to getting involved in orphan care ministry.

Johnny is a conference speaker and orphan care advocate to denominations, national religious associations and conferences.  His book Orphan Justice challenges churches to rethink how they have handled social justice issues directly related to orphan care.  He and his wife have visited many orphanages and have also helped bring attention to a deaf school in central China that was in dire need of aid.  Today the school is better than it has ever been and all of the teachers and their families are now believers in Jesus Christ.

Religion that is pure and undefiled before God, the Father, is this: to visit orphans and widows in their affliction, and to keep oneself unstained from the world.   James 1:27

Johnny is a conference speaker and orphan care advocate to denominations, national religious associations and conferences including Saddleback Church, Catalyst Conference, The Idea Camp, Q Ideas, and others. He is also author of Orphan Justice that challenges churches to rethink how they have handled social justice issues directly related to orphan care (March 2013). He and his wife have visited many orphanages and have also helped bring attention to a deaf school in central China that was in dire need of aid.  Today the school is better than it has ever been and all of the teachers and their families are now believers in Jesus Christ.

Johnny believes that the Church must take the lead in the world’s orphan crisis. His goal is to inspire the Church to truly understand and obey James 1:27, which calls believers to care for orphans.

– See more at: http://orphanjustice.com/johnny-carr/#sthash.PbbwsHkb.dpuf

Johnny is a conference speaker and orphan care advocate to denominations, national religious associations and conferences including Saddleback Church, Catalyst Conference, The Idea Camp, Q Ideas, and others. He is also author of Orphan Justice that challenges churches to rethink how they have handled social justice issues directly related to orphan care (March 2013). He and his wife have visited many orphanages and have also helped bring attention to a deaf school in central China that was in dire need of aid.  Today the school is better than it has ever been and all of the teachers and their families are now believers in Jesus Christ.

Johnny believes that the Church must take the lead in the world’s orphan crisis. His goal is to inspire the Church to truly understand and obey James 1:27, which calls believers to care for orphans.

– See more at: http://orphanjustice.com/johnny-carr/#sthash.PbbwsHkb.dpuf

Johnny is a conference speaker and orphan care advocate to denominations, national religious associations and conferences including Saddleback Church, Catalyst Conference, The Idea Camp, Q Ideas, and others. He is also author of Orphan Justice that challenges churches to rethink how they have handled social justice issues directly related to orphan care (March 2013). He and his wife have visited many orphanages and have also helped bring attention to a deaf school in central China that was in dire need of aid.  Today the school is better than it has ever been and all of the teachers and their families are now believers in Jesus Christ.

Johnny believes that the Church must take the lead in the world’s orphan crisis. His goal is to inspire the Church to truly understand and obey James 1:27, which calls believers to care for orphans.

– See more at: http://orphanjustice.com/johnny-carr/#sthash.PbbwsHkb.dpuf

Johnny is a conference speaker and orphan care advocate to denominations, national religious associations and conferences including Saddleback Church, Catalyst Conference, The Idea Camp, Q Ideas, and others. He is also author of Orphan Justice that challenges churches to rethink how they have handled social justice issues directly related to orphan care (March 2013). He and his wife have visited many orphanages and have also helped bring attention to a deaf school in central China that was in dire need of aid.  Today the school is better than it has ever been and all of the teachers and their families are now believers in Jesus Christ.

Johnny believes that the Church must take the lead in the world’s orphan crisis. His goal is to inspire the Church to truly understand and obey James 1:27, which calls believers to care for orphans.

– See more at: http://orphanjustice.com/johnny-carr/#sthash.PbbwsHkb.dpuf

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