Special Guests

Denny Howard, Full Strength Network

Denny Howard’s life’s work is rooted in providing proactive and restorative services for those who serve in influential vocations such as non-profit and ministry leaders. Creator/Owner of Livstyle Visual Personality Portraits and director of two non-profit organizations, Full Strength Network and Vitality Care, Denny resides in Fort Wayne, Indiana with his wife, Debbie. His workshops/seminars have taken him to Asia, Europe, Africa, and various parts of United States.

Jim Louwsma, Lead 2 Transform

Jim Louwsma started his collegiate career at the University of Michigan and graduated from Wheaton College. After graduation, he served 13 years in the U.S. Navy, earned an MBA from the University of Utah, and began a sales and marketing career with Procter and Gamble, retiring in 2004 after 28 years. In retirement, Jim started a leadership consulting company with Mark McCloskey, taught Transformational Leadership in an MBA program with Mark, and was the founder and Board Chairman of Africaworks’, a non-profit organization in southern Africa that creates sustainable jobs for the economically disadvantaged.

Kathleen Trock-Molhoek, Pebbles and Stones

Kathleen Trock-Molhoek has a passion for children and adults to know God as their Father. She is the founder of Pebbles and Stones, an intergenerational ministry that brings the gospel to children and adults through biblical storytelling, listening, journaling, sharing and praying for one another. Her model has been implemented in over 50 countries. Each year for the past ten years an average of 1.1 million children have heard the gospel through her teaching model. Kathleen is the author of Hiding Places, I Heard You Whisper, Finding God in Ordinary Things, I Love to Pray and several curricula: Kids Love to Pray Too and God Speaks.

Daniel Walker, CaminoRoad

Dan Walker is an ordained minister and serves as missional strategist with CaminoRoad, a company that focuses on personal and organizational development in the areas of culture, leadership, and praxis. Dan is pursuing a Doctorate in Urban Ministry Leadership at North Park Theological Seminary.

Scott Webb, Department of Health and Human Services

​Scott Webb is a trauma survivor himself who has worked in the behavioral health field for 35 years. His career has included clinical, administrative and consultative work. He is currently the Trauma-Informed Care Coordinator at the State of Wisconsin Department of Health Services. In addition to his professional work, Scott is a Stephen Leader through Stephen Ministries and has been instrumental in launching Stephen Ministry in his church. He holds a Master of Science in Education degree from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. Since 2014, Scott has provided training and technical assistance on trauma-informed care principles to more than 13,000 clinicians statewide. His insights on trauma-informed care have been featured in articles published by Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism and Isthmus. He also has presented at numerous conferences and acted as keynote speaker for the UW-Madison School of Social Work, the National Alliance on Mental Illness Wisconsin Conference, and the Wisconsin Personal Services Association.

Linda Cates, Cates & Apel Business Services

Linda is a fundraising and organizational development professional with more than 25 years of experience in business management, public relations, fundraising, strategic planning, and marketing. She has a track record of performance in diverse industries within businesses of various sizes including not-for-profits, health care, utilities, state government and the university system. The highlights of her career include raising the funds to build a privately owned hospice in Sheboygan County, and launching the Love INC of Sheboygan County as a Founding Member. Currently, Linda shares her time between her consulting business and as an Executive volunteer.