PMU Home Office Location
12064 Lebanon Road
Cincinnati, OH 45241
Rev. Casey Southerland
PMU Field Director
As PMU's third Field Director, Rev. Casey Southerland comes to PMU with a passion for missions. His greatest joy in ministry is when he is on a mission with God's people! A mission team veteran, he has led trips in the USA and abroad since 1996. Gifted by God with the needed talents to oversee our missionaries and church planters in their service, Casey is an effective leader.
Born into a Christian family, Casey grew up attending church faithfully every week. At the age of ten, Casey was saved while attending the Great Lakes Presbytery camp and began attending Grace BPC, OH, in the fifth grade. By the ninth grace, Casey began earnestly seeking to walk with the Lord. God led him to marry Kelly Corcoran in 1996. Casey and his wife, Kelly, now have six children ages 7-20 as of 2019.
Casey has been on the staff of Grace BPC in Cincinnati, OH, since 1998, working with youth ministries. Graduating from RTS with his M. Div., he was ordained in 2011. While serving part time as PMU's Field Director, he will continue to serve at Grace as their Assistant Pastor, focusing his ministry on assisting families as they seek to raise godly children in the Lord.
Please pray for the Southerlands and consider supporting Rev. Casey Southerland as Field Director, a vital role in PMU's administration.
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Thanking God for:
- A good report for Kelly from a CT scan, after another round of tests showed her inhibin level elevated for a second time. The CT scan again showed no evidence of metastatic disease.
- The recent window of opportunity that allowed me to visit the Douma family at Sola—Appalachian Christian Retreat and speak at the First Presbyterian Church of Unionville.
- His perfect, covenant faithfulness to our family and to His Church throughout the world!
Please Pray for:
- Kelly’s next round of bloodwork in December, that the inhibin marker would not be elevated for a third time.
- Our older sons and daughters who are in a season of decision-making that will likely have a far-reaching impact on their lives.
- Future opportunities to visit and promote PMU missions even amidst unpredictable COVID-related advisories.