Our board is governed by seven members and meets once per month. Combined they have over 75 years of experience in ministry, finance, communications, and more!
Graduated with a B.S. degree in communications in radio and television from West Texas A&M University. Currently has a Master's degree in Behavioral Science Counseling with specialization in crisis response and trauma from Liberty University.
Wife to Robert, the regional manager for Crop Production Services, and mom to Brianna,(sophomore at IU in criminal justice and psychology) and two teenage boys, Asher and Caleb, who attend Heritage Christian School. Their family attends iTown Church in Fishers.
Angela served as a director of a crisis pregnancy center in Texas for several years and then stayed home to raise her children while serving as a volunteer in various ministries and in her church. She has also has served with a ministry that rescues women from brothels in Asia. Angela currently serves on the board at Indy Premier Soccer Club and is very involved at HCS.
Trustee and Song Leader of Walnut Ridge Friends Church, Communications-Publications Co-Clerk of Indiana Yearly Meeting. Board Member & Treasurer of the Hancock County Community Foundation where I’ve serviced for 4 years. Previously served as Board Member and Secretary of the Blue River Community Foundation for 9 years. Former Board Member and Chair of the Greenfield Area Chamber of Commerce. She was chosen to serve as one of 16 participants out of the State of Indiana, in The Richard G. Lugar Excellence in Public Service Series of 2009.
Former Co-Owner and Manager of CGS Services Inc. of Morristown Indiana. This was a privately owned Corporation with 150+ employees handling $20 million in annual sales. Linda was responsible for the financial, billing, customer service, dispatch and human resources of the company for the past 30 years. In that time they grew from 40 employees and 5,000 customers to 150 employees and 30,000 customers. They sold the company in February of 2017. Now Linda provides consulting services to the new owners and others. Wife and farm partner to her husband, Bruce Muegge where they grain farm 1,200 + acres and operate a cow-calf herd, feed lot and bull production sale.
B.A. Communications from Rand University. Masters in Clinical Psychology from Rand University. Margo speaks 5 languages English, Afrikaans, Flemish, Dutch, and German. Her areas of expertise are leading outreach programs with 10+ year record of achievement & development in Christian Ministries. Margo leads everything she does high levels of compassion & excellent communication. She has skills in project management, team development, Psychometric Management, and mentoring others.
Margo is an extremely skilled network liaison. She currently serves on Board of United Methodist Jail Ministries. She has recently been volunteering as a mentor in the Marion County Juvenile Detention Center where she has classes in life skills. She leads bible studies and services with the inmates. She is a leadership team member of the Castleton United Methodist Church and is big part in the planning committee for hospitality and special events chair. Her skills have led her to being major contributor to the Castleton United Methodist Church Art and Craft Fair, Growing Indy (which is a prison reentry program), Habitat for Humanity, and outreaches. Margo has a wealth of life experience and knowledge. Margo’s hobbies include tennis, hiking, mountain biking, and baking amazing food.
Brad grew up in Huntington, West Virginia, and came to Christ while he was a student at Marshall University, where he eventually graduated with a B.A. in Counseling and Rehabilitation. He met his wife, Jackie, at college, and got married in the summer of 1985 before moving to Dallas, Texas, to go to seminary. While in seminary, he worked with youth and college students at Pantego Bible Church in Arlington, Texas, and continued to serve there for a couple of years after his graduation from Dallas Theological Seminary with a Master’s Degree in Theology in 1991.
Brad and his wife Jackie moved to Shelbyville, Indiana, in the fall of 1994 with their son, Aaron, to become the pastor of a small church that met in the Boys' Club, but had a big heart to reach the community. Along the way, they added two more children to their family, their son, Conner and daughter Jamie. As their own family has grown, they’ve also seen God grow their church family in incredible ways, with hundreds of people having given their hearts and lives to Jesus.
Brad is passionate about seeing families healed and changed as they offer themselves to Jesus and grow up into Him, and then partnering with them to make a difference in our world.
He loves being outdoors, exercising, taking in a good movie, or eating out (Chinese or Italian) with his wife. He’s most grateful for Jesus and how he demonstrates His love for him every single day and is continually astounded by the beauty of His voice, the integrity of His Word, and the depth of His love.
Mark Wright is the founding and senior pastor of Brandywine Community Church in Greenfield, Indiana. Since starting the church in 1991, the congregation has grown to more than 1000 weekly attendees. Mark and his wife, Kathy, enjoy traveling and training church leaders around the world. They have two children, Karman and Gabriel.
Co-founder/ Executive Director Pastor Hubert Nolen has been involved in Church planting and Pastoral ministry for over 40 years. He was the Founding Pastor of Brookville Road Community Church in New Palestine, Indiana. In his time in Pastoral ministry, Nolen was able to build an extensive network of relationships with men and women around the world. His experience in managing missions budgets, working with elder boards, and developing leaders has prepared him for an undertaking that could be the largest aftercare center in the world for women coming out of Human Trafficking. Pastor Nolen was led to start, what he calls. Hope Center Indy after seeing a short video clip of a testimony of a girl who went through the Dream Center program in Los Angeles. That video was a milestone marker that set him on the course to creating a Hope Center. Pastor Nolen then put together a one year transitional process that would allow him to dedicate his full time to starting this undertaking. As soon as Pastor Nolen moved into starting this new ministry, a 25 acre campus less than a mile down the road from Brookville Road Community Church opened up for sale. In October of 2016, Hope Center Indy was moved in and started building their staff, renovating the building, and building the program to become an aftercare center for women coming out of human trafficking. Pastor Nolen currently lives on the family farm in Shelbyville, Indiana with his wife of 41 years. They have 5 children and 9 grandchildren.
David is 27 years old and is the son of Hubert Nolen. He has been involved in church planting, teaching, and worked in missions for over 5 years. He is also the Co-founder and Associate Director of Hope Center Indy. Nolen is a graduate of Barclay College with a Bachelors in Christian Ministry Leadership. Shortly after deciding to dedicate his life to do ministry, one of Nolen's best friends died in an accident. The impact of this led Nolen to dream bigger in honor of his passing friend. Nolen has shared his testimony and taught in churches, youth groups, and retreats. Much like his Father, Nolen's main gifts are vision casting, strategic development, and public speaking. After watching his Father serve in ministry, He has a passion to see people experience God's love deeply in every aspect of their life.