Kris Vallotton is the author of numerous books, co-author of the best selling Supernatural Ways of Royalty, and is a well-known international conference speaker. Kris is the Founder and President of Moral Revolution, the Senior Associate Leader of Bethel Church, and the Co-Founder of Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry. He and his wife, Kathy, have been married for 40 years and reside in Redding, California. They have four grown children and eight grand children.
Michaelann Chard is a BSSM graduate and spent her third year with Moral Revolution. She is passionate about emotional health and family restoration. She longs to see marriages that thrive in communication, sexual intimacy and healthy parenting. She is the wife of a handsome British man, and the mother to 3 incredible boys. She wants to empower parents to have open communication with their children about sexuality and pornography. She believes that heart-to-heart connection is always the first goal.
Alicia keys hand-picked her, Blake Shelton fought for her, and Ashton Kutcher tweeted about her: if you watched the 12th season of NBC’s “The Voice,” you saw Sacramento singer-songwriter Missy Robertson wow the judges (and millions of viewers!) with her emotional version of “Scars To Your Beautiful” (originally by Alessia Cara) and win a coveted spot on the reality tv series. Weeks later, her journey on the show ended after singing her heart out in the battle round to “Tightrope” (originally by Janelle Monae). A wild musical adventure, her time in Los Angeles led Missy to take a huge leap of faith by quitting her job to pursue her lifelong dream of performing music full-time. Her worldwide fans have responded. Dubbed “Mistletoes” (from her childhood nickname), Missy’s supporters have proven their loyalty since her departure from “The Voice,” and connecting with them has been one of the best parts of her rise to fame. She’s currently in the studio recording new original music (release date coming soon!), but Missy is also available to book now. With influences spanning from her church roots to Crystal Lewis and Aretha Franklin to Adele and Ms. Lauryn Hill, Missy lights up the stage with a unique combination of soulful vocals and passionate performance perfect for any event or venue.
Sloane Wilson joined the Moral Revolution team at the beginning of 2018 as the Administrator. She has completed three years at the Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry as well as interning and volunteering in the BSSM environment. Her heart’s cry is to see sons and daughters no longer bow to fear but fully embrace the John 10:10 life of abundance that Jesus paid for. She holds the core value that healthy relationships and family are the keys to sustainable revival and has dedicated her life to releasing that message.
Jason Vallotton is the author of the Supernatural Ways of Forgiveness and the co-author of Moral Revolution. Jason was born and raised in the small town of Weaverville, CA where he served as a wild land fire fighter. In these formative years his passions for discipleship and leading others into wholeness was ignited. He currently serves on the core team at Bethel Church and is a sought after counselor and speaker. He and his wife Lauren have three children and reside in Redding, California.
Ben is a husband, father, pastor, and son. He spent 11 years farming in Australia before moving with his wife Jo and their three kids to Redding, California to pursue his passion for revival. He is a pastor at Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry and has dedicated his life to releasing the kingdom of God in the earth and equipping others to do the same.
Carrie Lloyd is an author and journalist from the UK, writing for Grazia, Company Magazine, Huffington Post, Christianity Magazine, Magnify, Alpha Life, The Daily Mail and more. She is the author of ‘The Virgin Monologues’ (Authentic Media). Her experiences have covered pregnancy crisis counseling, to pastoring young adults as an intern at BSSM in Redding, California. Her passion is for abolishing sex trafficking, helping Unlikely Heroes, as well as speaking to teenagers and young adults about healthy relationships. Her blog on the trials and tribulations of Christian dating can be found at www.herglassslipper.co.uk
Bianca Juarez Olthoff
Bianca Juarez Olthoff is a writer, speaker, and in love with two men: Jesus and her husband, Matt. Bianca spends her week working as chief storyteller for the A21 campaign, an anti-human trafficking organization, and as the creative director for Propel Women. She loves having dance parties in the living room with her two step children or cooking meals for friends.
Abram Goff has been part of the Moral Revolution team since 2014 by creating different forms of media, writing, and speaking. His passion is to see people across the nations extravagantly fall in love with Jesus and walk in passion, purity, and purpose. He believes each person is made to be fully alive and fully beautiful in their original design discovered through relationship with the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. When people are whole, free, and have a road map they make relationships easier and families better. With Southern Baptist roots and as a graduate of BSSM, he has a passion to see the whole church discover and walk in all of who She really is.
Caitlin Zick had a profound moment at the age of sixteen where god called her out of a crowd and her life was forever changed. From that moment, she began to discover who she was as a daughter of God, fall in love with Jesus, and realize the power of the Holy Spirit in her life. Caitlin and her husband Cole became directors of Moral Revolution in 2017 and openly share their marriage story and first years of sex in marriage to start a healthy conversation and begin to unfold God’s design for sex. They have been married and in full-time ministry for eleven years and have started their own little zoo, known as #thezickzoo. You can find their wild life on Instagram with their little animals: Caleb, Connor, Cade, and Chloe Rose.
Cole Zick is passionate about seeing the church come together to be effective and thrive in every area of life. He and his wife Caitlin currently serve as directors of Moral Revolution in Redding, California. With eleven years of marriage and ministry experience, they openly share their story and first years of sex in marriage hoping to start a healthy conversation and ultimately see others find freedom through their experience. They also created four children in five years, which gives insight into their love for chaos.
In her early 20s, Elizabeth Woning “came out” as a lesbian and embraced the LGBTQ community. She attended a Presbyterian (USA) seminary openly lesbian, but upon graduating, an encounter with Jesus dramatically shifted her perspective. Over time, her relationship with God led to transformation and healing. Today Elizabeth is free of same-sex attraction and happily married to her husband, Doug. She teaches at the Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry and is a member of the Moral Revolution team. Her ministry highlights the power of intimate relationship with and knowledge of God to bring identity, wholeness and fulfillment. She is passionate to provide consulting to church leaders as they navigate the complexities of sexual and gender identity in our culture. Elizabeth holds a master’s degree in theology and is a licensed pastor at Bethel Church.
Heath Wise is a licensed professional counselor, sex therapist, and sexual addiction therapist. Her practice focuses on sexual addiction, sex therapy, trauma, marriage counseling and individual counseling covering a wide range of issues for those looking for hope and help in the midst of a difficulty or transition.
These stores have been bravely told by individuals from all around the world who want to impart hope by being honest and sharing their story.
Chris Cruz is the Young Adults Pastor at Bethel. He’s a passionate person, all the way from coffee to life with God. Chris loves teaching leaders and churches the way of Jesus and how it’s leads to heaven overlapping with earth. He worked as a Pastor for seven years at Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry. Chris and his wife Lana live in Redding, CA with their son Solomon and daughter Pearl.
Josh Cearbaugh is a life consultant with a unique ability to lead people through transformation. Through a combination of consulting techniques, he helps individuals to identify, and then dismantle, the crippling cycles where the majority of us find ourselves stuck. He has a passion for connecting people to their heart and helping them create practical strategies to change their lives. Most recently, josh’s consulting practice has been located in Redding, CA.
He met Danielle, his wife of eight years, in Mozambique while attending Iris Harvest School. They currently have two boys and one beautiful baby girl.
Dr Andre Van Mol, MD is a board-certified family physician. His education included the University of Southern California, the Medical College of Wisconsin, Charleston Naval Hospital, and the Naval Aerospace Medical Institute. He is a diplomate of the American Board of Family Practice, and member of the American Academy of Family Physicians and the Christian Medical & Dental Associations. Dr. Van Mol serves on the boards of Bethel Church (where he is also an elder), Moral Revolution, PrayNorthstate, and iBranches (safe home for children victims of domestic minor sex trafficking). He speaks and writes on bioethics and Christian apologetics, is experienced in short-term medical missions, and is a former US Navy officer (family physician and carrier air wing flight surgeon). He and his wife, Evelyn (also a former Navy officer) – both of whom were Canadian born and raised in America – live in Redding, CA, with their two sons, one daughter, and a reasonably steady stream of foster children.
Nathan Edwardson is the lead pastor of the Stirring Church, a young and growing church plant in Redding, California. Nathan’s passion is to see a generation of God’s people standing face to face with god, moving with God’s voice, and living out the dreams God has placed in their hearts. A creative visionary, he integrates his love of music and film with his passion for shaping disciples who will shape the world. Nathan and his wife Erica enjoy life with their four children – Ava, Adiah, Asher, and Alicia.
Havilah Cunnington has been in full-time ministry for 20 years traveling throughout North America and Mexico speaking at conferences, churches, camps, and retreats. Havilah believes today is the Church’s finest hour if we choose to live with passion, purpose, and walk in power. Her life is busy and full – just the way she likes it! Like most women, she wears many hats: wife, mom, daughter, teacher, speaker, author, and friend. Prior to serving as the Executive Director of Moral Revolution for 5 years, Havilah was on staff at The Rock of Roseville Church for 15 years. Havilah and her husband, Ben, reside in Redding, California with their four young sons – Judah, Hudson, Grayson, and Beckham.
Andrea is a graduate of the school of ministry at Bethel and serves on the writing team for Moral Revolution. She is passionate about seeing the church carry joyful hope and expectation in every area of their lives. She longs to see the upcoming generation equipped as strong leaders who steward their lives well and influence society as a result.
Cara hails from British Columbia, Canada. A fourth generation minister, Cara carries a torch of hope everywhere she goes. Prior to joining the Moral Revolution team, Cara was a worship and young adult leader in Vernon, British Columbia. She is passionate about marriage, children, family, and healthy relationship. Cara enjoys gardening, hosting, writing, and a good Sunday nap. She’s a graduate of Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry (BSSM). She and her husband, Jacob, reside in Redding, California.
Moral Revolution Team
David Loveless is a mentor/coach, pastor to pastors and strategic, spiritual advisor to churches and businesses in over 50 countries. He served as founding pastor of Discovery Church, Orlando, Fl for 29 years. During that time Discovery was identified in Dr. John Vaughn’s book as one of “America’s Most Influential Churches” and was named as one of the Fastest Growing U.S. Churches in the 21st Century by Outreach Magazine. David and his wife Caron are parents of three sons and are the grandparents of their seven delightfully energized children. For more from David and Caron Loveless, visit www.youlivetrue.com.
As the Director of Parenting at Loving on Purpose, Brittney Serpell brings a wealth of tools, knowledge, and practical experience to her role. Brittney is certified in Love and Logic and worked for six years as the Development Director for the children’s department at Bethel Church, where she created and established a culture of strong communication and team values. Brittney and her husband, Ben, married in 2003, have three wonderful children, and are actively loving their kids on purpose!
After escaping nearly six years of modern-day slavery, Rebecca Bender found hope and healing in Jesus and formed the Rebecca Bender Initiative (RBI), a non-profit aimed to equip communities and empower survivors of trauma. RBI’s advanced trainings have equipped over 100,000 people including FBI, Homeland Security, local law enforcement, medical professionals and faith communities across America. Rebecca is an award-winning social entrepreneur and is currently finishing her Master’s in Christian Thought at Bethel Seminary. She is a sought-after speaker, consultant and expert witness and has been featured on the Today Show, CBN, Deadline Crimes, Forbes, Huffington Post, and Sports Illustrated. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and their four daughters.
Ken Williams began a pursuit of his true sexual identity in 1987 when his battle against homosexuality grew into intentions of suicide. After many unsuccessful years of searching, Ken had some encounters with God and experienced healing of childhood trauma, forged a deep intimacy with God, and began resonating with his masculine identity. Today, Ken helps others do the same, and he serves Moral Revolution full-time as an author, lecturer, and minister. Ken also holds a B. S. in Marketing/Finance, has been a pastor at Bethel Church (Redding, CA) since 2006, and is a co-founder of Equipped to Love (a ministry to those impacted by homosexuality). His greatest joys are his beautiful wife, their four incredible children, and seeing people find and manifest their true selves.
Exodus Cry is committed to abolishing sex trafficking and breaking the cycle of commercial sexual exploitation while assisting and empowering its victims. Our international work involves uprooting the underlying causes in our culture that allow the industry of sexual exploitation to thrive and helping those who have been sexually exploited.
Freedom U is an organization dedicated to help you achieve freedom from unwanted sexual behavior, by helping you cultivate wellness in every sphere of your life. We believe that relational intimacy, meaningful spiritual connection, and behavioral change is the goal of sexual freedom and wholeness. Our Freedom eCourse has been developed through personal experience and clinical expertise. All of our Freedom Coaches are certified sexual addiction recovery professionals. We understand the difficulty of working through the many consequences and challenges that you may be facing in your journey of recovery, so let us help you start living a life of freedom and wellbeing today.
Lisa Max is the Director of Let the Children Fly. She passionately believes in partnering with our child's Creator and equips parents around the globe how to model their home after His. Her four children serve as the Board and together they enjoy traveling, teaching and creating new resources. They live in Redding, California.
Angela Manzanares is a Social Media Intern for Moral Revolution. She currently lives in Sacramento, CA where she studied psychology and is a part of Jesus Culture Sacramento. A few years ago, God challenged her with the question, “What would your life look like without any fear?” She’s since devoted her life to helping others fearlessly pursue their God-given purpose and dreams. She’s passionate about people, worship-leading, blogging at doseofhope.us, and also a good latté!
Betsy Jacobs likes to talk, is sometimes described as bossy, and genuinely loves equipping people. Other than bossing, or "strongly encouraging" as she puts it, she loves to write and speak. Her devotional study, Awakening Your Prophetic Voice, is used by small groups and individuals from around the world, and her coaching practice has allowed her to pastor individuals from all walks of life. Her husband, Ben, and their two sons, Jake and Jackson, are based where everyone’s wildest dreams come true - Springfield, Missouri.
Lexie LaVallee is a social justice advocate, passionate about engaging the Church in vulnerable populations by making the issues approachable for anyone to get involved. She believes that all are destined to make a difference and enjoys helping people fulfill their purpose.
Danny Silk serves on the Senior Leadership Team of both Bethel Church in Redding, CA and Jesus Culture in Sacramento, CA. He is the President and Co-Founder of Loving on Purpose a ministry to families and communities worldwide. Danny is also the author of four books: Culture of Honor, Loving our Kids on Purpose, Powerful and Free and the top-selling Keep Your Love On. Danny and Sheri married in 1984, and have three children and three grandchildren.
April Matteson has been in the ministry for more than twenty years, having spent many of those years as a college age, and youth pastor. She is currently the senior leader of Hope City Church in Reno, Nevada along with her husband, Tim. Together they have four grown children and have been happily married for twenty-six years. April has a BS in Psychology with a minor in counseling, a BA in Biblical Studies and is almost finished with her MS in Complementary Alternative Medicine. She holds five certifications from the American Association of Christian Counselors; one of them being in marital intimacy. She has been a marriage and relationship mentor for two decades.
Rachel is a Saint Louis native who currently lives in Redding as part of the BSSM/BCA community. In addition to being a writer, she’s also a teacher and an actor. She trained at the William Esper Studio in NYC after receiving a degree in theatre performance. Rachel writes for Iridescent as well as her own blog, and is currently working on her first children’s book. She’s passionate about Jesus, connecting people to their purpose, telling great stories and finding the best tacos in every city.
Jewell is a survivor, abolitionist, and writer, who speaks her story to #ChangetheStory of sexual exploitation in our culture. She was sexually exploited for 3 years in prostitution and 3 years in porn, from age 11-17, in Portland, Oregon, USA. Now she uses her voice, alongside other survivors and abolitionists, to bring awareness and shift culture.
Bennie is the CEO and founder of California Youth Partnership, an educational organization that delivers primary prevention education. Bennie has dedicated over twenty-five years in the field of education and is passionate about seeing children and families thrive. Through her love of research, she has discovered a correlation between the early sexual debut of children and risks that follow. She sees an essential need to teach young people Healthy Relationship Skills and build protective factors that will help them to navigate the hypersexualized culture on and offline. She is certified as a Sexual Risk Avoidance Specialist and is excited to bring evidence-based practical skills to youth. She also teaches at Simpson University in the School of Education as an adjunct faculty and promotes collaboration between parents, schools, and community leaders to create an optimal environment for our youth to be risk-free and aim for success.
Abram & Michelle Goff
She’s Swiss. He’s American. Through a very fortunate series of God-events, they finally met and started their long-distance relationship. Now celebrating the goodness of God inside of marriage, they are passionate about seeing families made whole and thrive - from men being men, to women being empowered, to children being loved and raised with dreams. They also believe things don’t have to be the way they’ve always been when God is involved.