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Angela Cox graduated from Middle Tennessee State University with a bachelor’s degree in accounting and a master’s degree in accounting and computer information systems.


She went to work for the United States Customs Service as an auditor and later for Ernst & Young in New York City as an International Trade Consultant. Back home in Tennessee, she transitioned to a sales career that spanned 15 years working for world-class companies, including Konica Minolta, where she sold internationally.

She is currently a Realtor with Elam Real Estate and teaches business classes as an adjunct professor at Motlow State Community College. Angela received her call to ministry in 2014 and is an Associate Minister at First Baptist Church on Castle Street.

She serves her community through Bethesda House Ministries as a Recovery Coach and as the Board Treasurer.

Randy Lee Bowen, affectionately known as Leebo, worked 20 years with developmentally disabled individuals. In this time, he received multiple certifications for working with the mentally ill and dual diagnosed individuals. This Included being certified to teach Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. He did this while simultaneously working side by side in various other settings with everyday hurting folks.

Randy came from a meager background and grew up to seek out truth and ways to overcome childhood trauma which he would then incorporate into skills he obtained to help the marginalized in society. He was a member of his local church worship team, played in several Christian bands and received discipleship and his pastoral license in 2000.


He received his A+ and N+ in computer skills, started a music studio and ran a lawn business. He also had 6 years of college including theological studies as a history major. It seemed unlikely, but in 2018 he went to work for a well respected homeless ministry, becoming the operations manager. God had pulled together all of Leebo’s life experience to work in ministry full-time helping the marginalized through music and ministry.

Providing needed food and supplies as well as teaching life skill classes and holding a book club geared at Socratic discussion and learning incorporating biblical teachings and concepts with evidence based curriculum.

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