emulating Jesus' pattern of meaningful relationship that fuels gospel mission
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From the farmlands of Wisconsin to the Shores of the Gulf Coast, Hope has seen God do great things! In camp settings, college chapel services, retreats and special events of all kinds, including the Final Four Women’s Gathering in Indianapolis and St. Peter’s Women’s Retreat in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, Hope has witnessed Jesus draw people inward, upward and outward through worship, the teaching of His Word, and transformative work of the Holy Spirit in human lives.
Hope, as a wife of a longtime college basketball coach and herself a former science and Bible teacher of 17 years, has extensive experience working with youth of all ages (elementary to college), women’s groups, and marriage retreats.
Her deepest heart affection is communicating the reality that real change happens when we spend time with God. Through the inward and upward movement of God‘s Spirit, we transform as God’s sons and daughters––naturally transitioning to an outward expression as a Laborer in God’s Kingdom––every day, everywhere.
Hope and her husband, Barclay, have been married for 35 years and have three grown children––Anna (husband, Don) and the Radebaugh’s two grandchildren, Ruth and Peter; son, Reid; daughter, Sophia; and of course, their favorite Shih-Poo, Sully.
The Radebaugh’s make their home in Charleston, South Carolina.
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