Jim Flower is Executive Director and co-founder of Agape House of Prescott. Jim founded Agape House after learning that Prescott High School had 58 students that were labeled homeless. After 35 years in the wholesale beverage industry, Jim changed his career to be a part of the solution for the chronic problem for families in crisis. Jim and staff designed and develop Agape House to be faith based first and housing second. They believe that the home alone is not the answer, but healing, growing, and training in Christ will end the cycle of homelessness. Jim is a long time Prescott resident, enjoys time with his large family, serves at his church weekly, and tries to golf. Jim has a degree in Biblical Studies from Calvary Bible College.
Becky Mitchell is the Administrative Director of Agape House of Prescott. Becky is a mother of four and has been married to her husband Matt for 15 years. Becky graduated from Mount Vernon Nazarene University in 2002 with a double major in Business Administration Management and Sociology Community Development. Since 1998, throughout the mid-west and Arizona, Becky has studied and served at diverse inner city and transitional housing programs. She has served both the youth and the homeless population. “I serve because I’ve tasted God’s grace and mercy and know the hope only HE offers. I feel the urgency to share the gospel and truth for freedom of bondage. ALL have hurt and pain and ALL are searching for love and acceptance.”
Resident Care Director
Vicki White is the Resident Care Director at Agape House of Prescott. Vicki has been married for 25 years and has two wonderful grown children. Vicki has worked with the people Agape House serves as a School Health Specialist at an Elementary school for 10 years, 6 years as a Behavioral Health Specialist, a High School Transition Specialist, and a Home Base Visitor for Early Head Start Programs. Vicki truly feels the work at Agape House is what God has been preparing her for all these years. “I am truly blessed to be part of the Agape House team. I love working with families and watching them grow in confidence, strength, courage, and in faith!”
Lisa, who serves as Discipleship Director at Agape House. After earning her degree in Urban Ministries at Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, she moved to Los Angeles and worked for seven years with families facing homelessness. Then Lisa was appointed by Mission Door in 2010, and moved to Phoenix where she partnered with Neighborhood Ministries for the past 10 years. There she worked with the College Access and Moms’ Place programs, mentoring and discipling first-generation college students and teen moms.
Lisa felt God’s calling to be nearer to family in her hometown of Prescott, the hub of a quad-city area. “It’s a new season. It may not look like LA or Chicago or Phoenix, but the need in Prescott is just as significant.”