Romans 8:38- For I am convinced that neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither the present nor the future, nor any powers, neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord.
450 million children have below basic literacy skills, thus they are visual learners. Combining Bible study with quality animation is the perfect tool for them!
After in-depth research, we have developed twelve themes focusing on the most critical emotional problems affecting orphans and foster children.
Each theme will include seven minutes of animation paired with four lessons to deepen their understanding of who God is in the midst of their pain.
Carl Toth served as a pastor for 25 years before forming Orbie for Orphans in 2011. For many years, he led numerous mission trips and worked with orphans in Venezuela, Mexico, and Haiti.
In 2010, Carl and his family flew to China to adopt a little girl they named Collins. God used this experience to redirect him to the mission of Orbie for Orphans. He has his BSBA from Rochester Institute of Technology and his Masters of Divinity from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
You can learn more about Carl and Orbie for Orphans at www.orbiefororphans.org
After graduating from North Carolina State University with a degree in engineering, Bryan began his career as a process engineer in charge of multi-million dollar projects. In 2007 he moved into audiovisual production in Paris, France. There, Bryan worked as producer for the development of over 15 different products from T.V. series to feature length films for various television outlets in France. Bryan has been married for 10 years and is the happy father of 3 wonderful boys and a darling daughter!
You can learn more about Moondog Animation Studio at www.moondoganimation.com
Greg Surratt is the founding pastor of Seacoast Church in Mount Pleasant, SC and the current President of the Association of Related Churches (ARC), which is celebrating its 500th church plant. He is also the author of “Ir-rev-rend: Christianity without the pretense. Faith without the facade.” Greg continues to break new ground in the Christian community through his committed focus on growing healthy pastors, church leaders and church planters. He is a loving husband and father of four and a grandfather of thirteen.
You can learn more about Greg and his work at www.gregsurratt.org