Minister Anthony Hodge is the founder of Finding the Lost Sheep Street Ministry and has been in jail 23 times, prison five times and his personal testimony is: “Through drugs, crimes and
violence, from jail to institution, God had a purpose for my life. From the perilous streets of a Central Florida community, through drug addiction to prison, the Lord allowed me to escape Satan's clutches for one divine life mission: to find, to feed, and to be a light to God's lost sheep.”
Anthony & his wife Sharee share the same passion and are fulfilling God’s purpose of bringing people to Christ by going into the streets of Winter Garden, meeting people at their needs and spreading the Truth of the Gospel.
“We get right in the middle of all this and have Church, clothing the naked and feeding the poor.”
Finding the Lost Sheep Street Ministry is a faith-based charitable non-profit ministry dedicated to providing hope and an alternative to those who are caught in the web of drugs, violence, gambling and prostitution. Through outreaches, tent revivals and youth programs, we work to bring them to an authentic relationship with God by spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Our main purpose is to win souls for the Kingdom of God, so we stop anyone on the street and try to compel them to come in by sharing God’s love in Jesus.”
Anthony, his wife Sharee, and daughter Miracle reside in Winter Garden, Florida.
Denise Weathers as been the President/CEO of Genesys Community Development Corporation, a 501c3 nonprofit since 2016. She has also been managing her consulting firm, Weathers Consulting for over 15 years.
Both organizations specialize in nonprofit development, grant writing, the development of affordable housing & community development services within Florida.
Denise is passionate, committed and engaged as a community leader. Her career in the non profit community has taken her from Florida to Los Angeles California where she was the Senior Director of Housing for Aids Health Foundation(AHF) Healthy Housing Foundation. She developed the process with community supportive service providers to transition the homeless & people living with AIDS/HIV into temporary & permanent housing acquired by AHF/HHF.
In addition, she was the Executive
Director of the Hannibal Square Community Land Trust (HSCLT), in Winter Park for 8 years. During her time there, she developed quality affordable modular housing in partnership with the City of Winter Park & successfully operated the oldest community land trust in Florida.
Her career spans from Massachusetts in banking & financial services for 18 years before arriving in Orlando in 2000 as the Director of Development at the Metropolitan Orlando Urban League( aka Central Florida Urban League) for 5 years. Her role as Director of Development included community outreach, fundraising event management, grant writing & corporate memberships for the sustainability of the youth, housing & employment programs.
She remains active in the local community through Genesy CDC & Weathers Consulting by continuing her commitment to developing nonprofit start-ups, partnerships, education, development of veteran affordable housing for low to moderate income households & consulting with local government agencies looking to create community land trusts.