Our Story

How it all started...

Hope Rescued started with the goal of reaching the lost and hurting all over the world.
Alex and Destiny had a desire not only to minister directly to lost people, but to also empower and inspire the Church to reach the lost and hurting around the world.

While still working in ministry in a local church, Alex began to travel and provide basic training for pastors and churches without an ability to get formal Bible training. At the same time Alex and Destiny began to do outreaches for the homeless, host small worship nights in their home, and tell everyone they could about Jesus.

Before long Alex and Destiny found people rallying around the idea of Hope Rescued, helping the hurting on a greater scale.

Expanding the vision...

No one could know the impact COVID was going to bring to life in 2020, and the effects of this impact are still felt today. Within a few months all overseas travel was halted, and with it all the trainings Alex had traveled overseas were canceled. With doors closed, Alex and Destiny shifted their focus on ministering more locally to those hurting in the United States.
Within a few months they stepped into a partnership with Bridge the Gap in Phoenix Arizona. This partnership was focused on inner city ministry reaching the homeless, addicted, and human trafficked. Providing them food and resources and sharing the Good new with them.
Alex and Destiny helped the team facilitate their dinner church services and multiple outreaches per week.

In late 2021 Alex & Destiny felt God call them to plant Hope Rescued in Louisville, KY. Focused on inner city ministry similar to what they were doing in Phoenix.

Where we are today...

Hope Rescued was planted in Louisville the first week of January 2022. As of August of 2023 Hope Rescued has now served over 6,100 hot meals and 25,237 bags of food to people in need. The Hope Rescued team has seen over 100 people come off the streets into Christ centered solutions and 23 women come out of human trafficking.
Additionally Hope Rescued has seen over 200 people surrender their lives to Jesus.

Hope Rescued currently runs an outreach center and multiple church services weekly in the Portland neighborhood of Louisville. They continue to have outreaches across the city in homeless camps and heavy human trafficking areas to reach the lost and hurting with the gospel of Jesus, and Christ centered programs to help them move forward to a better life.

In the coming years Hope Rescued plans to launch multiple more dinner church sites.