This is a place to connect with Dr. Jason and Kimberly Peters. Jason and Kimberly met in Florida and have served side-by-side as a married couple for more than 27 years.
They lived near Cambridge, England, for four years and in the heart of Washington, D.C., for three years. They have also lived in Texas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Nebraska, South Carolina and Colorado.
Jason and Kimberly, along with their three youngest children, recently spent six months living in a rural Umudugudu (Village) outside Kigali, Rwanda, East Africa. Learn more below...
Jason serves as Chief Executive Officer of The Hope Haven Charitable Trust, where he leads Hope Haven Rwanda, a ministry that is transforming Rwandan families through a holistic approach to education and discipleship, actively demonstrating the love, hope and truth of Jesus Christ.
Jason has traveled extensively to meet with Christians around the globe and returned to share their stories. He earned his Doctor of Ministry degree from Dallas Theological Seminary and retired as a Lieutenant Colonel after 20 years of service in the U.S. Air Force. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for Crisis Consulting International and as an Advisory Board Member for Soul Survivor Outdoor.
Kimberly partners with Jason while investing heavily in their five children’s education and character development. She is passionate about serving others in their community—and beyond! She has served on several continents, including Asia, South America and Africa, and enjoys hosting international guests in their home.
Jason and Kimberly also co-founded The EPICly Initiative, where they inspire EPIC living for Jesus through relationships and storytelling.
Dr. Peters was an executive editor and contributing author for the national bestselling book I Am N: Inspiring Stories of Christians Facing Islamic Extremists. He was also host and producer of the award-winning I Am N video curriculum (David C. Cook, 2016). Jason has worked in 49 countries, as diverse as Sudan, Cuba, Rwanda, Nepal, Iraq, Kyrgyzstan, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, Egypt, Bangladesh, Laos, Indonesia and Nigeria.
He completed assignments at the Pentagon, the U.S. Air Force Academy and as a faculty member of the Air Force Chaplain Corps College, where he directed Crisis and Trauma training. His account of combat trauma in Iraq was featured in a chapter of the book Miracles and Moments of Grace: Inspiring Stories from Military Chaplains (Leafwood, 2012).