Fr. Keith and Dawn Hartsell have been married for since 2001 and have five children, Alyana, Xander, Justin, Stephen, and Michael. They served at Church of the Resurrection, an Anglican church in Wheaton, IL for 13 years. Keith has always been a fan of the Greenhouse Movement and has loved working with Fr. William and Deacon Anne Beasley on various occasions since 1995. Now, the Hartsell family serves with Greenhouse Movement full-time. Keith has led the Redeemer Anglican Parish since 2014. Redeemer is one parish with 7 congregations on the north side of Chicago. Keith also leads Equipped to Heal Ministries, which has a national team of teachers and leaders who collaborate together to equip every church and every Christian to minister healing one to another. Keith also serves as a Regional Mobilizer for Greenhouse Movement in an effort to serve other Dioceses with planting and growing congregations. Keith has a Masters Degree in Bible & Theology from Northern Seminary in Lombard, IL and Dawn is a Registered Nurse with a focus in Labor and Delivery. She spends most of her time homeschooling their 5 children in their home in West Chicago.
Fr. Rick Wallis serves as the rector of “The Table,” an Anglican missional community centered in the Riverside/Avondale area of Jacksonville. The Table focuses on discipleship groups, outreach through hospitality ministry, and serving the local Refugee community. This new work was commissioned by Church of the Redeemer (Jacksonville) in 2016. Prior to serving in the Anglican Church, Rick was a pastor of a local Vineyard Church for 14 years. He has led in teaching and ministering in healing prayer and deliverance, and has led mission teams into Mexico, Cuba, and Honduras. Rick has been married to his wife Carol for 36 years, and they have four adult children and two grandchildren.
Tamara is a ceramic artist and Alex an Anglican priest and church planter. For nearly 20 years they have been involved with the work of the Isaiah 40 Foundation, a Christian ministry of counseling, teaching and leadership development, of which Alex is the president. They delight to see people healed and transformed by the cross of Jesus and the power of the Holy Spirit, and have a particular desire to see healthy and whole Christian leaders. They live near Burlington, Vermont.
Deacon Valerie McIntyre is a pastor and spiritual director. She has been involved in healing ministry for over twenty years including thirteen years with Leanne Payne and Pastoral Care Ministries. At her home parish, Church of the Resurrection in Wheaton, IL, she is leads a vibrant healing prayer ministry and the Transformation Intensive, a 9-month adaptation of the Spiritual Exercises of Ignatius of Loyola. She loves helping leaders develop an interior life of prayer that can sustain effective ministry over the long haul. She is also an adjunct professor of Religion and Philosophy at College of Dupage and the author of Sheep in Wolves Clothing (Baker Books, 1999).
Together with his wife Karissa and daughters Avila and Norah, Taylor Bodoh has a special passion for raising up and sending out leaders in the body of Christ, for racial reconciliation, and for calling artists and skeptics to give Jesus a fresh hearing. Taylor is also the director of Church Planting for the Gulf Atlantic Diocese.
Ashley and Sean love healing prayer since they have both received so much healing in their life journeys. They have had the privilege of partnering with Christian Healing Ministries from 2008 to 2014 as volunteer prayer ministers, musicians, and teachers and have served in multiple churches through intercession and prayer ministry teams. They are currently planting a church in Jensen Beach, and their dream and vision is to see the congregation that meets in their home as the first of a multitude of congregations in the area that will one day make up the network of churches named Incarnation Treasure Coast. Inspired by the Incarnation - "God moving into our neighborhoods” - they create spaces in the world around them where people can explore Jesus, belong to community, heal in God’s presence, and grow in holiness. If they aren’t cooking in their kitchen, you might find them surfing at the beach or riding their bikes with their sons – Justus and Banner.
Jane is a recent Florida State University graduate and current campus intern with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. She received a BA in English with a concentration in Creative Writing at Florida State and developed a deep passion for worship and multi-ethnicity during her involvement with InterVarsity as a student. In her time in Tallahassee, Jane regularly served at Incarnation for Sunday worship and led worship for InterVarsity Tallahassee’s weekly large group gatherings. She’s led worship at multiple different conferences throughout the state of Florida with Korean American churches and youth ministries, as well as with InterVarsity at their Florida-wide Asian American student conference (“Unlocked”) and other state-wide and region-wide student conferences.