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  • Co-Founder

    My name is Ginger, I am humbled that God called me to lead something like this. Eden’s Glory is an act of courage and obedience, EVERY. SINGLE. DAY. It is also an honor to have a front row seat to the transforming power and grace of God. In 2010 I was completely unaware that slavery still existed. When I heard, I devoured information from statistics to documentaries, to narrative accounts. I was heart broken at the reality. I was angered by the injustice, and I was CALLED to do something about it. So I quit my job, moved to Illinois, got married, bought a house, had a baby, and started a ministry all in the same year. Crazy! We have been open since September 2015 and I'm grateful to walk alongside survivors every day. Come, let us tell you so so many stories!



    Annie is a licensed clinical social worker with vast experience of casework, counseling, and training in her field. In 2004, God moved her heart to fight for the broken, the enslaved, and challenge systemic injustices and she has never turned back. Annie is the co-founder and lead program developer for Eden's Glory. MANY hours of learning, research, networking, writing, revising, wrestling, creativity, heart, and PRAYER have been given to the creation of a two-year treatment program for survivors of human trafficking. Annie leads us with a high standard, and with God's help and grace, to focus on the women and their pursuit of physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, and relational restoration.

  • Holly

    Executive Director

    Holly is an Alumni of Greenville College with an Education Degree. When attending a Passion Conference in 2010, she learned about the devastation of modern-day slavery. Since that day, God has given Holly a passion to have a hands-on opportunity in helping victims find freedom. Eight years later and a move back home took her on a path that led her to Eden’s Glory. 

  • Meghan, LCSW

    Clinical Director: Eden's Glory and Foster Kairos

    Meghan learned about human trafficking in 2010 and from then on felt God calling her to work in the anti-trafficking field. She earned a Bachelor's in Sociology from Samford University in 2016 and Masters in Social Work with a Marriage and Family Therapy Certification from the University of Georgia in 2019. Meghan is trained in several therapy modalities including Brainspotting, a new therapy designed to help people process trauma using their visual field. Meghan is also a trained facilitator in Ending the Game, the nation’s leading “coercion resiliency” curriculum in the field of human trafficking. Meghan is a wife, mom, coffee lover, and beach enthusiast. She believes that God provides real and deep healing and is overjoyed at the opportunity to play a part in His plan for these ladies' and children's lives. 

  • morgan

    Director of Development

    Morgan felt the call to ministry early in life, but it wasn’t until her own children headed off to college that she left behind a lifetime of sales roles to begin pursuing a Master’s Degree in Ministry at Grace College & Seminary.  Now, Morgan excitedly uses her foundation of sales and marketing skills to grow the mission of Eden’s Glory and Foster Kairos.  Working with current and potential supporters, Morgan’s days are filled with building relationships.  She is passionate about partnering with philanthropists near and far to share the amazing work that God and the Eden's Glory team are doing in the lives we serve.  

  • GINA

    Finance Manager

    Gina’s personal life mission is to serve ministries by providing clear, accurate, efficient, and timely financial data to the leaders so they can focus on the ministry of people, and she has been living into this mission for almost 30 years. In 2014, Ginger approached her to get some bookkeeping pointers for a new ministry she was in prayer about starting. After hearing the story and seeing the need, Gina too took up the call and has served Eden’s Glory through finance administration ever since.

  • Sheryl

    Volunteer & Wellness Coordinator

    Sheryl is passionate about empowering women to be free to make better choices with their health, to fuel their bodies well, to move their bodies to be fit for the call God has on their life, and to bring God into their health journey to be equipped to love and serve others. Sheryl loves educating and inspiring women to be their healthiest and is partnered with The Juice Plus Company to offer solutions for better health to individuals and families. Sheryl is also a Certified Revelation Wellness Fitness Instructor and provides programs that use fitness as a tool to spread the gospel by combining faith with wellness. Her involvement with Revelation Wellness led her to Eden’s Glory serving as a volunteer, bringing her knowledge and passions to the residents with weekly fitness and wellness classes as well as cooking nutritious meals together.  Sheryl fell in love with the work and in the fight for freedom and has recently joined the staff as our Volunteer and Wellness Coordinator where she will be responsible for coordinating all volunteers and coordinating comprehensive wellness in our residential program.

  • abby, LMHC

    Referral & Intake Coordinator

    Abby first heard about human trafficking from the Eden's Glory staff during a workshop several years ago. She felt convicted by the Lord to raise awareness of human trafficking where she lived at the time in Decatur, IL. While leading a Set Free team for 5 1/2 years, she organized numerous trainings, community forums, and fundraisers. In 2018, Abby received a Master's degree in counseling from the University of Illinois-Springfield and has counseled clients of all ages in various settings such as a community clinic, foster care agency, and an elementary school. She passionately cares about the marginalized and those that serve them.


    Spiritual Development Specialist

    For over twenty years, Deedra worked with women, youth, and children in church ministry, while also heading up the dance, drama, and worship departments. She is currently the co-director of Dauntless Grace, a ministry that connects women to a meaningful story through retreats, conferences, and coaching. She has her bachelor's degree in organizational leadership from Greenville University, where she is also employed as the Director of University Partnerships. She is currently pursuing her degree in counseling through Regent University. Deedra and her husband raise five children in the greater St. Louis area.


    Resident Assistant

    Amber felt a call to ministry and a passion for social work in her early teen years but during her sophomore year of college she discovered her clear calling to work in the anti-trafficking field. She is especially passionate about her work here at Eden’s Glory because she gets to fight courageously with a team where Jesus remains the center. Amber is a junior at Greenville University double majoring in Social Work and Theology. A fun fact about Amber is that she is one of twelve siblings! 


    Resident Assistant

    On my first mission trip in 2012 is when I learned about the reality of modern-day slavery. I was completely devastated. Since then, I have always had a heart for survivors and to educate others on the realness of trafficking. I have always had the call on my life to love others and disciple them. It’s one of the best callings in my opinion! Through prayer and God's guidance, it has led me to come and work with the amazing team at Eden’s Glory! Fun fact: I lived in Southern India for a year-long mission trip!


    Marketing Communications Specialist

    Lorna has held several roles at Eden’s Glory over the years, including founding board member and housing staff. She is thrilled in her current role of utilizing her skills in marketing communications and graphic design to tell the story of Eden’s Glory both on and off the interwebs. Lorna has a passion for ethical purchasing and is a go-to for all things ethically sourced and fair trade. When not creating computery content, she can be found reading (preferably in a hammock), watching musicals, singing, and going on adventures with Jane Austen, her mini poodle.

  • Winda, EG Graduate

    Survivor Speaker

    My name is Winda, I am a survivor of human trafficking from the age of 4 until age 25. Currently I serve by training groups on what human trafficking is and how they can work to eliminate it in their communities. In 2016 I came to Eden’s Glory and that program gave me a second chance at life. Eden’s Glory is a place that helps me encounter God, that erased the lies and wrote truth in my being.