Emulating Jesus’ pattern of meaningful relationship that fuels gospel mission
Hope Radebaugh believes in God’s transforming power to change lives.
Why? She’s experienced it! And she’s watched God bring healing, wholeness, and freedom to countless men, women, and children as they’ve encountered God in His Word and through His Spirit.
With a Master’s Degree in Natural Sciences and as a teacher for 28 years to students ranging from middle school to college, Hope knows how to engage audiences and transfer information. For many, that would be enough. But Hope longs for so much more than a data dump to the people she speaks to. She longs for people to experience their fullest life potential as ones set free to live daily up-close to God.
Hope and her husband, Barclay, currently live in South Carolina. They have three adult children: Anna (and her husband, Don), Reid, and Sophia. Through basketball (The Radebaugh’s are a lifelong “coaching family”) and mission trips, Hope has been privileged to travel extensively in the US and abroad (Spain, Poland, the Dominican Republic, and Canada) to share good news: there’s purpose, joy and freedom in living life with Jesus.
A 6th generation great niece of Daniel Boone (it’s true!), Hope has adventure and trail-blazing in her blood. No wonder God instilled in her the same passion and purpose as Isaiah “to proclaim good news to the poor, to bind up the brokenhearted, to comfort all who mourn, to proclaim freedom for the captives and release from darkness for those imprisoned.”
“Take time today to see people; really see them. One conversation Jesus had with a woman by a well changed everything for her and her village.”