Virginia's Kids Belong

Lauren Tremper
Lauren  has been an advocate for vulnerable children and families in Virginia since 2012.  She and her family have their own foster care journey that eventually added two more children to the family through adoption, which makes a total of five kids!

After finalizing their first adoption, Lauren saw a huge need for awareness and greater access to resources for foster families in the Hampton Roads region and began building a network to help.
Lauren finds great joy in connecting parents, faith communities, and child welfare professionals with valuable resources and meaningful community while they serve the most vulnerable of our population.  

If you are connected with a faith community, a business owner, child welfare professional, or local nonprofit supporting foster families in Hampton Roads or Virginia Beach and would like to connect with Lauren please email her at

Foreign Soils

Hope Mills
Living in a different culture can have its challenges, but it can also be a ministry. Every year, the US military sends thousands of American families overseas. They live on bases surround by unreached people groups (cultures in which the majority of people have never heard of the saving love and power of Jesus Christ). Our vision is to see the unreached reached! Foreign Soils helps military wives go where God has sent them, connect with the unreached there, and multiply – make disciples who make disciples. Can you make a difference where you find yourself? We’re here to support you and help you do just that.  Start at


Nigel Anderson
Nigel "Legin" Anderson is a spoken word artist, gospel hip hop artist, podcaster and preacher/speaker who uses transparency to connect and art to communicate with his listeners. Inspired by his father’s battle with addiction, Legin speaks about fatherlessness to forgiveness, as well as racial reconciliation and urban apologetics amongst other topics, and the hope of the gospel in his music.