Senior Judge Tom Kohl has been a State of Oregon circuit court judge for over 20 years. He was president of the Oregon Circuit Court Judges’ Association, founder and presiding judge for Washington County Adult Drug Court, author and public speaker.
Ryan has been working in the technology sector for over 15 years. Ryan is the CEO of several companies. He has a passion for building a business culture that empowers employees to do good in the world. He serves on several non-profit boards, with a focus on education. Ryan, along with his wife and two young boys, also runs a local non-profit focused on community youth.
Clifford was in the first graduating class at the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary extension at Angola prison in Louisiana in 1999. He was released from prison in 2006 and began to pastor in New Orleans. He is currently the pastor of Light My Way at Sonrise Church in Hillsboro, Oregon. Light My Way is a unique ministry for men and women reentering our community from prison and local jails. The ministry has been hugely successful in helping ex-prisoners assimilate back into our local community in a healthful and meaningful way.
Caryn Ogle was raised in Springfield, MO and graduated from Missouri State University. During her college years she grew in her faith and developed a heart for evangelism through her involvement with Cru (Campus Crusade for Christ). After graduation she joined Cru’s Music Ministry and traveled the US spreading the Good News with their band, The Convertibles.
Over the past 25 years Caryn has been committed to raising her 3 children alongside her husband John. She developed a heart for prayer through her involvement with Moms In Prayer, leading groups in multiple schools. Caryn now serves as a member of the Luis Palau National Women’s Prayer Team as well as the Women’s Leadership Team at 26 West Church.