Director, Hope Place
Kristy always dreamed of being a missionary overseas as a young girl. This dream has become reality, only she didn’t need to move across the ocean! Kristy worked with refugees and immigrants teaching English through Jefferson County Public Schools and as a psychotherapist at the Survivors of Torture Recovery Center. She quickly knew that “welcoming the nations & sharing the gospel” was her calling. Now as the Director of Hope Place, Kristy is committed to offering trauma-informed care with an extra dose of love to everyone who enters & to make an eternal difference in the lives of those who live in the neighborhood.
Director, Public Schools Outreach
Denise has always had a passion for working with young adults. That passion turned into ministry after working as the In-School Program Coordinator with the Adopt-A-School Initiative in Dallas, TX.
Now as the Director of Public Schools, Denise is determined more than ever to see at-risk youth impacted by the power of mentoring.
Neighborhood Ministry Associate, Hope Place
Lindsay has lived among and served refugees in the Beechmont area of Louisville for fifteen years. She desires to see others discover their worth, grow in healthy relationships, and build deeper community.
In-School Program Coordinator/Oldham County
Jeff loves helping folks find their place of service, equipping them as they develop relationships with others. In his role, he has the privilege of connecting mentors, students, and schools, supporting them on a common journey toward growth and flourishing.
Administrative Assistant, Public Schools Outreach
Rhonda feels so blessed to be working with a non-profit organization that is helping young people in our community. By using her administrative skills, she feels she is part of this important endeavor that is giving hope to our youth. She is excited to see where God is going to take this ministry.