Our vision is to bring the holiness message to women around the world. We want to provide conferences and publications that encourages wholehearted living for Jesus.

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Linda Boyette

Linda Boyette (Mt. Vernon, OH) life is centered in one reality: Jesus is enough! Linda serves as Discipleship Coordinator for Titus Women. Linda invites women to live the incredible joy of a sacred fellowship with Father, Son, and Holy Spirit through knowing Jesus as Savior, Center, and Source.


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Beth Coppedge

Beth Coppedge (Wilmore, KY) is the founder of Titus Women’s Ministry and is also the visionary for the Lydia Prayer Groups. Beth challenges women to personal holiness and discipleship. She desires for them to love God with all their hearts and to be lovers of Jesus, not just workers for Him.



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Linda Hardin

Linda Hardin, DMin (Kansas City, MO) faithfully serves as consultant for Single Adult Ministries, Women’s Ministries and Young Adult Ministries within the Nazarene denomination. Linda’s behind the scenes hard work makes a huge positive impact on the Come to the Fire conferences.


Aletha Hinthorn

Aletha Hinthorn (Leawood, KS) is the founding director of Come to the Fire. She has been in ministry for more than 35 years after beginning Women Alive Ministries. Aletha’s passion is to assist in spreading the message of scriptural holiness. She has written 15 books and currently writes and emails daily devotionals. 


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Carolyn Johnson

Dr. Carolyn Johnson (San Diego, CA) was a professor for Azusa Pacific University when God called her into full time ministry. Twelve years ago she was ordained and has been ministering nationally and internationally ever since then. Her passion is God’s Word. Learn more about Dr. Johnson by visiting her website.          


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Nancy Jesudass

Nancy Jesudass (Olathe, KS) originally from Vietnam, was called by God in 1991 to be an intercessor. God has given Nancy a special burden for our nation. She prays faithfully for Come to the Fire Conferences as well as the many around the nation who email or call her to intercede for them.


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Carol Ketchum

Carol Ketchum (Jerusalem, Isrrael) ministers with husband Dr. Daniel Ketchum in Word-based and worship-based intercession. They lead prayer watches, support the Lord’s purposes for His people Israel, pray with government officials, and develop a new congregation.

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Patsy Lewis

Patsy Lewis (Oklahoma City, OK) has been leading prayer groups and writing about prayer for more than thirty-five years. Her book, Simply Praying-52 Weeks with God, is a weekly prayer adventure encouraging readers to “Run into His Arms and Sit at His Feet.” Patsy is the Prayer Coordinator for Lydia Prayer Groups and CTTF.

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Arla Mitchell

Arla Mitchell (Olathe, KS) teaches a women’s Bible study and homeschools her boys, both adopted from Vietnam. Arla's newest book is The Art of Praying Scripture. She and her husband love reaching out to neighbors through casual get-togethers and outreach events, and you can often find friends in their home sharing life and food together. 

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Melinda Priest

Melinda Priest (Holland, MI) leads anointed worship at Come to the Fire conferences. Melinda received her call into ministry when she was a junior in high school. She serves as the Minister of Music and Worship in her church. Her prayer is that you experience a transformational encounter in the presence of God as you worship.

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Cheryl Roland

Cheryl Roland (Marion, IN) is CTTF conference planner, retreat speaker, and director of women's ministries. She takes great joy in leading a Bible study at Open Heart Home, a shelter for women. She is a mother, grandmother and the wife of Dr. David Roland, Superintendent of the Northeastern Indiana District Church of the Nazarene. 

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Rondy Smith

Dr. Rondy Smith (Nashville, Tennessee) is Founder and Executive Director of Rest Stop Ministries, Inc. Rest Stop is dedicated to restoring survivors of human trafficking. Beyond the personal blessing of living in intimate relationship with Jesus Christ and the tight bond of her precious family, the sacred privilege of Rondy's life is living in community with women on the upward journey of healing from deep trauma.