Selena Whitley, a TFI Advocate in Middle Georgia, and her husband, Tony, have two children and have been foster parenting for several years. The Whitleys are passionate about equipping and empowering the local church to take back their God-given responsibility of caring for the fatherless.
Don’t be afraid to take the first steps; it’s the little steps that make the biggest changes.
In this episode, you’ll discover…
- The benefits of being a TFI Advocate.
- How to find balance in ministry, parenting and marriage.
- Why Families Serving Families is Selena’s favorite initiative.
Meet our Guest!
Selena and her husband Tony, live in Warner Robins, Georgia. Selena is a working mom of two biological kids, and she and Tony have been foster parents for two years. They view TFI as the God-ordained next step in their desire to improve and honor the Foster Care system in Middle Georgia. Selena and Tony were recently selected as the Georgia Division of Family & Children Services 2016 Foster Caregivers of the Year for Region 6 based on their outstanding service and dedication to children. Contact Selena via Facebook.
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Meet our Host!
Jami Kaeb is a dreamer and a coffee love! She is married to Clint and the mother of seven–five through adoption. It was through a difficult season of waiting, that Clint and Jami’s eyes were opened to the foster care community.
They became foster parents to three siblings who they eventually adopted, and in April of 2011, Jami founded The Forgotten Initiative. Follow Jami’s personal blog for real life perspective on parenting seven children!
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We’d love to know…what excites you about serving the foster care community?
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