Born and raised in Guilford County, I found my way down to Stanly County through many roads that God had prepared for me. Little did I know that 25 years ago, marrying Ron Loflin, would lead me into ministry of being a pastor’s wife. I have been in ministry many years prior to marrying Ron through traveling with a music team and doing mission work – now it’s more focused within the local church where I lead worship, a woman’s group – 1073, and serve in many capacities that a pastor’s wife holds. Ron and I have two beautiful daughters which is a whole-nether ministry within itself – but one to be cherished. I currently serve on board of OASIS – a local non-profit group that aids the senior community, as well as, I work full-time at Stanly Manor – Atrium Long-term Care Facility as the Activity Director. My love for seniors has always been such that I helped to take care of my grandmother and mother in their aging years – what an honor that was. I believe there are many ways to honor our elders and serve their needs within the community. I am looking forward to serve alongside with some incredible people with the Nehemiah Project to help make a difference in our community and surrounding areas.
Addiction/Mental Health Tower
Larry is the founder of Gateway of Hope Addiction Recovery Center and the Legacy Sober Houses in Stanly County, NC. He has also served as a pastor in his community since 2010. “There is nothing like seeing individuals in addiction find sustained freedom and a personal relationship with Jesus”, he says. Larry enjoys spending quality time with his wife of 17 years and their 4 children.