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Elder Lead, Deacon Served, Body Affirmed.
"As each one has received a gift, minister it to one another, as good stewards of the manifold grace of God."
1 Peter 4:10
Staff. Elders. Deacons.
Pastor Karl Hofheinz grew up right here, in the Roanoke area where he was raised in a christian home. He accepted the Lord as his personal Savior in 1975, when he was six years old. Pastor Karl attended Cederville University where he majored in Biology with a minor in Bible, and Appalachian Bible College where he received his Masters in Ministry.
Karl married his sweetheart, Sandy, in 1994 and together they have four children, Josiah, Hannah, Elijah, and Sarah. The Hofheinz family was called to Radford in 2011 and they have been serving together since then. Pastor Karl enjoys serving alongside and spending time with his family, ATV trips, and taking his wife out on dates.
Pastor Karl's personal goal in ministry is to inspire, mobilize, and lead the Radford body of believers to know, love, serve, and share the Lord Jesus Christ in this community and in the nations. He is excited about the gospel going out and engaging our community for Christ. He loves the way the body at Radford genuinely loves one another and its appetite for God.
Tod Stubbs was born just outside of Chicago and moved to southwest Florida. He received Christ as his personal Savior at a youth camp when he was fourteen. Tod attended Word of Life Bible Institute and Philadelphia College of Bible where he received a degree in Business Administration and Bible.
Tod and his wife Kim have been married for more than 29 years and they have three daughters, Ashley, Emily, and Lindsay. They both work for Franklin County Public School .Tod enjoys spending time with his family, being outdoors, and riding motorcycles.
The Stubbs family began attending Radford in 2007 they love being with brothers and sisters in Christ in an environment where the Word is taught and Christ is lifted up. Tod and his family continue to serve in many areas, they stepped in to lead our youth ministry when the need arose. His hopes for the students he serves is they will love the Word of God and the Lord will be central in all they do.
Redd McIntyre is originally from Illinois but has been in the Roanoke area for many years. Redd came to know Christ as his personal Savior in October of 1993, and he and his wife, Denise, began attending Radford in 2004.
Redd is a self-employed farrier as well as being on staff here as our children's pastor. When he is not focused on caring for horses or preparing for Sunday school, he enjoys outdoor events like shooting guns and working on his farm. Redd is looking forward to being reunited with Denise who the Lord called home in 2015.
Redd served at Radford as a deacon before God called him to the position of children's pastor. He is passionate about leading children on a path to encountering Jesus in a personal way. He loves how Radford comes together and encourages each other. He is excited to see how Biblical truths will continue to make an impact on our children as well as encouraging more adults to become involved in leading and teaching the younger generations.
Kaitlyn Hartman grew up in northeast Pennsylvania where she trusted the Lord as her Savior at the age of seven. In the summer of 2017 Kaitlyn moved to Virginia and began attending Radford. Quickly falling in love with the people, she began serving on the AWANA team. In 2018 she accepted the position of Office Manager .
Kaitlyn has an associate degree in Bible and Integrated Studies from Clarks Summit University and has completed many years of training in Biblical Counseling. She loves being able to offer support so the church can run smoothly, minister effectively, and continue to help strengthen and support individuals and families in their walks with the Lord. She is very missions minded and is thrilled with all the ways that Radford seeks to cultivate a heartbeat for missions.
When Kaitlyn is not in the office, she loves spending time with her husband Joey, drinking coffee with friends, hiking, or spending time with her family.
Kent Daniel was born and raised in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Kent was taken to AWANA by his faithful aunt and uncle. He came to know Jesus as his LORD and SAVIOR in 1999, God transformed his mind, his heart, and his life. After completing high school, he enlisted in the United States Marine Corps. Kent studied Criminal Justice at Kalamazoo Valley Community College.
Kent has been married to his wife Shana for more than 27 years, and they have three children: Alec, Callie, and Becca. The Daniel family moved to Roanoke after Kent took a position at the Roanoke City Police Department. They came to the SML area in 2004, and the Lord led them to Radford Baptist Church. The family has served the local body in many areas. In addition to his elder duties, Kent serves as the Risk Management Coordinator for RBC and as the Wood Ministry Coordinator at the AGAPE Center. In his free time Kent enjoys spending time with his family, summer badminton, golf, wood working, fixing things and cooking.
As the RMT coordinator, Kent draws on his years of professional experience and has a deep desire to keep the Radford family safe and secure. The Risk Management Team's role is to support and protect the church, to aid our pastor in watching over the body so that all can gather in Jesus’ name to worship, study, and pray.
Tucker LaForce is from Blacksburg, Virginia. He came to know Christ as his personal Savior at the age of twenty-three. After many years of living in the world, God dramatically changed Tucker’s life. Tucker attended Virginia Tech where he studied in the Agricultural Tech Program. He is currently enrolled at Liberty University pursuing a Bachelor of Theology.
Tucker has been married to his wife Jody for more than 15 years. Together they have three children: Faith, Parker, and Millie. The LaForce family has lived all over Virginia. They began attending Radford shortly after moving to the area. Tucker is the dealer relationship manager for ACI distributors. The LaForce family has served together in many ways at Radford, from AWANA to Sunday School, and now in the position of Elder. Tucker enjoys anything outdoors and spending time with family and friends.
Tucker’s hope for the body of believers at RBC is that they would remain united in God and His Word, that His Word would guide them and direct everything they do, and they would be intentional about spreading the gospel in all the nations. He Loves that the Word of God is not only taught but also lived, and that the youth and children’s programs are first and foremost Christ-centered.
Mike Henderson grew up in Roanoke, Virginia. He came to know Christ on Easter Sunday when he was five years old. Mike attended Virginia Western and Roanoke College where he received a degree in Business Administration.
Mike has been married to his wife, Laurie, for more than twenty years and together they have three children: Alex, Stephanie, and Zach. The Henderson family decided to find a house in the country which brought them to Bedford County. Mike currently works for Johnston Control, a company that tests fire alarms.
The Henderson family began attending Radford in 2013 after their kids became involved in youth group. As a family they have served in Awana and as Sunday school teachers. Mike was a deacon before recently becoming an elder. Mike's mission at the church is to serve God and point others to Him by sharing from the Bible and by sharing what God has done in his life. His personal goal in the ministry is to see other people come to know the God that has loved him and given him hope, peace, and a purpose. He would also like to see more kids come into the ministry and see them grow in their knowledge and love for the Lord.
Frank Terry grew up locally in Franklin County. Frank accepted Christ as his personal Savior at the age of fourteen at a church youth program he attended with a group of friends. He graduated from Virginia Western Community College and Radford University with an English degree. He has continued his practical education in sales, communication, and leadership through many learning opportunities.
Frank has been married to Angela for more than twenty-five years, and they have two children: Hallie and Alec. He currently works for Service Experts Heating and Air Conditioning. The Terry family is very active at Radford and in the community.They have served together in nursery, children’s ministry, youth, VBS, and Straight Street Ministries. In addition the have served in the PTA, scouting community, and the Staunton River High School Marching Band for many years.
The Terry family began attending in 2016, and they have been actively involved ever since. Frank is exited to see the body of believers continue to become more connected and to actively engage the community around us.
Kurt Hartman grew up here in Virginia, in the Roanoke area. He came to know Christ at the age of 32 after attending a men’s prayer weekend. God had been working on his heart for some time, and the change within his life was clearly evident.
Kurt has been married for 23 years to his wife, Maria, and together they have raised four children Mark, Nathan, Joey, and Grace. Kurt and Maria love serving in many ways at Radford. Kurt is a deacon, part of Radford's “sheepdog” security team, and together they serve as youth group leaders. In his free time, Kurt loves to ride his motorcycle with the
Christian Motorcycle Association, spend time with his family, and go boating on Smith Mountain Lake.
From setting up chairs to hanging out with a bunch of crazy teenagers, Kurt is excited about the opportunity to serve in whatever way he can. His goal is to be salt and light to those around him and for the people of Radford to know that the people who serve them love them, care for them, and pray for them!
Richard Dooley is from Roanoke, Virginia. He received Christ as his personal Savior in April of 1966. Richard owns his own eighteen wheeler and works as a driver for Howells Motor Freight.
When Richard is not driving, he enjoys camping, kayaking, and biking here at Smith Mountain Lake with his wife Mandy. Richard and Mandy have been married for more than five years. A friend invited the Dooleys to Radford four years ago and they have been a part of the RBC family ever since.
Richard serves in a variety of ways here at Radford from greeter to baptism ministry. He answered the Lord’s call to serve as a deacon and he loves ministering in that way. Richard is passionate about the gospel being preached and loves the community at Radford. In his spare time, he loves to read, rest, and practice woodworking.