Jordan Sekulow is best known for his work at the American Center for Law and Justice, where he works to represent religious freedom cases from around the world.
Recently, Sekulow took on a new role -- becoming a husband. He and new wife Anna married in late October.
But the newlyweds didn't leave for a traditional honeymoon. Less than 48 hours after their wedding day, they were at a children's home in India.
Jordan and Anna spent the first two days of their married life serving the poorest of the poor with the India outreach group Pehechaan.
CBN News recently spoke to the Sekulows about their decision to devote their honeymoon to service.
Click play for the couple's comments on the experience in India and the mission of Pehechaan.