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Lori Farr
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As of April 2012, Lori’s ministry began in 2001 in Tacoma, Washington, as a lay pastor for Voice of Hope Cell Church. In Ohio for the past four and a half years, she currently serves as senior pastor of a three-church district. She fulfills her
passion for serving those less fortunate through the weekly soup kitchen and food pantry of one of her churches. Lori holds a BA in Christian ministry from Puget Sound Christian College; an MDiv from the Theological Seminary at Andrews; and is pursuing her DMin (emphasis in spiritual formation) from Ashland Theological Seminary in Ohio. She has three grown children and four grandchildren. Lori also rejoices that her parents recently came to live with her. Two Jack Russell pups also bring joy. She loves sewing, crocheting, traveling, and especially reading His Word and sharing His love wherever she can.