After forty years of ministry, Diane has an even greater passion for seeing women experience freedom in their walk with the Lord. She has a background in elementary education, and also as a reading/study skills instructor at Metropolitan Community College. She was active in Bible Study Fellowship Leadership and Precept Upon Precept Leadership for many years. Diane also volunteered for eight years as a Cognitive Renewal facilitator for Good News Jail and Prison Ministry where she served as a chaplain’s assistant as well. Her local church activities have included children’s ministries, women’s ministries, lay counseling, and prayer team service. More recently, she has been involved in freedom and healing ministries.
Diane’s experience at the county jail convinced her of the need for more support for women who are either exiting the penal system, attempting to avoid incarceration, or seeking freedom from past patterns of addiction.