For we are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand that we should walk in them.  Ephesians 2:10

Board Members

Sandy Williams

Sandy Williams

Board Vice President

Sandy Williams serves on the Board team as Board Vice-President.

Sandy graduated from Regis University, Denver, with a Bachelor of Science degree with an emphasis in Business Management. She is also a certified Project Management Professional through Project Management Institute. She serves God by serving her family, friends and serving elsewhere as God leads her. She believes that we are put on this planet for a purpose, His purpose, and when we are about His business we can be happy and in peace, no matter the conditions or controversies in our lives. Sandy has a heart for Women’s Ministry and for serving God! She is a wife of 45 years with two beautiful daughters, and four fantastic grandchildren. She lives with her husband in Slaton, TX. She attends church in Lubbock, Texas. She is a retired software development project manager; work that she still does part-time. She is the founding President for PMI (Project Management Institute) West Texas Chapter. Her God story is that she was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease (PD) in 2013. Since that time she has refused to let this disease take over her life. With God’s help, she is making a difference by serving in educational and charitable efforts.

As Christians, we believe that the most loving thing we can do is share who Jesus is with an unbeliever.

Evangelizing helps us also grow in our faith and in Christ.

Brenda Kerls

Brenda Kerls

Volunteer Board Secretary

Brenda Kerls will be serving in the role of Volunteer Board Secretary. 

Brenda serves as the Global Program Director of Supporter Engagement at Compassion International in Colorado Springs, Colorado and been with Compassion for 23 years.  She holds a Master’s degrees in Organizational Leadership from Azusa Pacific and a Bachelor’s degree in Organizational Management with emphasis on Christian Leadership from Colorado Christian University.  She chose to work at Compassion because of the mission and my love for children. 

Brenda is passionately in love with Jesus and serving others.  Before Compassion she spent 13 years as a District Manager in sales and four years at a school district in Risk Management, focused on Workers Compensation.

In her free time, Brenda leads a Bible Study, attends Air Force Hockey games, watches thought-provoking and scary movies and love to fellowship with friends around good foods and games. She is a lover of people and enjoy speaking into their lives, encouraging them in their faith and professional walk.  She also mentors a young lady through Big Brothers and Big Sisters, mentors several professional women and serves as a coach within her organization. 

One of her greatest joys in leadership is to come alongside others; allowing them to see their gifts, abilities and how God can use them in His work.  

She believes all are Kingdom laborers together and desires to enable others to be the most effective laborers they can be.

Jeannine Eddins

Jeannine Eddins

Volunteer Board Treasurer

Jeannine Eddins has joined our Board team to serve in the role of Volunteer Board Treasurer.

Jeannine is the former Founder of Aaron’s House, a Maternity Home based in Harrisonville, Missouri that operated from 2006 to 2015. She also brings years of experience working in banking and serving in financial roles for several churches. She attended King’s College and Seminary in Van Nuys, California.

Jeannine lives in Leawood, Kansas with her husband, daughter and their two dogs. She attends Christ Community Church in Leawood. She loves serving and currently volunteers as a mentor at Cristo Rey High School in Kansas City and has volunteered at Christ Community Church to help with children’s Sunday school. She also volunteers as Girl Leadership Director at her daughter’s American Heritage Girl troop.


Thank you Board Members!

“Sometimes God redeems your story by surrounding you

with people who need to hear your past, so it doesn’t

become their future.” – Jon Acuff