Jason Weber & Paul Pennington's Bio:
Jason Weber and his wife, Trisha, are graduates in social work from the University of Kansas. They served in Here's Life Inner City, the inner-city ministry of Campus Crusade for Christ, for seven years before joining the staff of FamilyLife's Hope for Orphans in 2004. They are foster parents and currently have three adopted daughters and one foster daughter who reside with them in Little Rock, Arkansas. Jason and Trisha have co-authored a HomeBuilders bible study entitled Considering Adoption: A Biblical Perspective and most recently Jason has authored Launching an Orphans Ministry in Your Church with Paul Pennington.
Paul and Robin Pennington serve with FamilyLife's Hope for Orphans, where Paul is the Director. FamilyLife is a subsidiary of Campus Crusade for Christ.
Paul and Robin have been married for 28 years and have 6 children. 5 of their children came to them thru adoption. They have children that were adopted domestically and internationally. They have one biological daughter. They have children with special needs. They also have 5 grandsons of which two came to the family thru international adoption.
Hope for Orphans is an advocacy ministry founded by Paul and Robin that merged with FamilyLife in 2003. This ministry provides adoption education for Christians nationally and is also a leader in developing content and methods to help local churches launch Orphan Ministry as an ongoing ministry of the church.
Paul is a graduate of The University of Texas at Austin and formerly was with Kraft General Foods and La Victoria Foods for 20 years before starting Hope for Orphans. Robin has been home schooling for over 20 years. The Pennington's reside in Garden Ridge Texas.
Visit Jason's website at www.familylife.com