Kevin Squires is the Senior Director of Advocacy for World Orphans, a Christian non-profit organization committed to rescuing orphaned and abandoned children, strengthening indigenous churches, and impacting communities with the gospel of Jesus Christ. His life’s journey has taken him to over 20 countries throughout the Third World – from the African bush lands to the epicenter of the earthquake in Haiti. Currently, Kevin spends most of his time spreading awareness of the global orphan crisis, motivating American churches to form international church partnerships, forming Orphan Advocacy Teams, and recruiting young adults for short-term mission opportunities. Since receiving his Master’s in Religious Education, he has steadfastly worked to reconnect the call for social justice to our call to share the gospel of Christ. Although he travels extensively throughout the year, he currently resides in the Orlando Metro area with his wife Cassi and his two sons, Grant and Jackson.
Minimum of 60 days notice and travel expenses paid through reimbursement.
Global Orphan Crisis, Motivating American churches to start orphan care ministries, Ever-changing face of mission work, Human-trafficking and the sex trade industry, Orphan Advocacy Teams: How small groups can change the world, and Reconnecting social justice with gospel-centered teaching.Email Kevin