Hope for Wholeness Board of Directors
Founder & President, Board Member since 2008. See Our Team for biography.
Tony Moore - Board Chair
Tony has served on the Hope for Wholeness Board since 2012. Tony is the former Associate Director of Hope for Wholeness, formerly named Truth Ministry, from 2009-2012 and Men’s Ministry Director from 2003-2007. Tony is now the Senior Pastor and Founder of Transformation House, a new church plant in downtown Greenville, SC. Tony walked away from a life dominating struggle with homosexuality in 2001. Tony is a husband, father, and grandfather. He is a graduate of Central Bible College and lives in Simpsonville, SC with his wife Judy. Read Tony's personal "Story of Hope".
Judith Hartzell, Board Secretary
Judith Hartzell is an accomplished author and free lance writer, board secretary and has served as the Hope for Wholeness Board Member since 2008 and previously from 2003-2005. Judith has published two biographies on members of the family which founded the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. At present she is writing a book on Alan Medinger and his wife, Willa. Alan was a well known former homosexual leader, and former president and founding member of Exodus International. It's working title is: "For Better, For Worse: the Biography of a Marriage".
Judith states "I am happy to be part of what the Lord is doing to bring truth about God’s desire to redeem and heal people afflicted with unwanted same-sex attractions." She holds a B.A. degree in government from Cornell University and an M.A. in English language and literature from the University of Michigan.
Rex Blanton, Board Member
Rex has served on the Hope for Wholeness Board since 2012. Rex is a good friend and accountability partner with McKrae, the Executive Director. He is a lay Biblical Counselor, as the Lord brings men his way in helping them find direction in their life. Rex is a sales manager in computer networking, a husband, father, and grand-father. He is a graduate of Easter Kentucky University.
Tom Cole, Board Member
Tom and his wife Donna have ministered in restoration of the heart and inner healing since 1989. They both walked away from homosexuality prior to marriage. They share a desire is to see the Church walk in fullness without the hindrance of wounds and shame. They have spoken nationally and internationally on the healing heart of the Father and speak at conferences, seminars and retreats on issues such as the deeper Christian life and having a life of prayer. Tom and Donna reside in Kansas City, Missouri with their four children. www.pureheartseminars.com
Shawn Harrison, Board Member
Shawn is a pastor, author, speaker, ministry consultant, and the founding director of Six:11 Ministries. Passionate about Jesus and people, Shawn lives with his wife and three kids in Ohio, where he helps pastor Greenville Alliance church.
Daniel Mingo is the Founder and Ministry Director of Abba’s Delight, Inc. based in Louisville, KY. Daniel became a born-again Christian at age 17, yet for nearly 30 years secretly involved himself in homosexual activity through anonymous encounters. Daniel served for 4 ½ years as the Louisville Branch Director of CrossOver, Inc beginning in 2003, then established Abba’s Delight in April 2008. In ministry, Daniel relies on the Bible as the inerrant Word of God; the leading of the Holy Spirit; his 20+ years of experience pursuing his own sexual addiction recovery and purity; and the work and ministry of the Holy Spirit to change, and more perfectly conform, His saints to the image of Jesus. Daniel and his wife, Fran, were married in 1983 and have three adult sons.
Jeanie's the executive director of Set Free Ministries in Richmond VA. Jeanie was one of the first to call me to say, "I'm on board!" She and McKrae have been ministry colleagues and close friends for about 10 years. She is highly respected as a ministry leader in the area of same-sex attraction, regionally and nationally, and we are excited to have her join our governing board. Her and her husband Lee and family live in Richmond. www.setfreerichmond.org