Debbie’s heart for taking the Word of God to her neighbors began at an early age. Her love for evangelism eventually led her to teach and disciple friends in high school and college, where her passion for spiritual multiplication began.
Rebecca is a former educator and was an Editor for an online magazine before joining NBS2GO at its inception. She led her first Bible study group in 2012. Rebecca took a short leadership break as her family moved away from the city and into the quiet of rolling fields and running waters.
At the end of days spent at home with three young children, Lydia has discovered how much she needs the truth of the gospel and the Holy Spirit to help her get through every single day.
As a southerner who grew up in a small town in north Alabama, Sherri experienced early on the soul-filling value and strength of family, community and a good, snuggly dog. It's no surprise that she now works full-time for the NBS2GO (Neighbor Bible Studies to Go) ministry whose vision is to see every community around the world transformed by the power of God's Word.
If Melody could do only one thing the rest of her life, it would be to love others. She thinks she has the best job in the world getting to do just that: love the neighbors whom God has strategically placed around her in her spheres of influence. She is thankful that God has brought her to Tampa, FL, and the diverse neighborhood she claims as a residence.
As the Neighboring Specialist, Melody loves creating new things that bring beauty and further God’s kingdom on earth. She pulls from her teaching experiences, overseas travels, and almost two decades of cross-cultural relationship building.
As a grateful wife and proud mom, Melody sees prioritization as the key to being a good neighbor. She believes that as she absorbs God’s love and its benefits holistically, she can squeeze that love out like a sponge into the lives of others.
With two young daughters at home, Caitlyn began to wonder what the Lord had in store for her.
How could God continue to use her even during the toddler years?