FLF’s leadership team is dedicated to the mission of FLF. Each member brings valuable skills and experience to the team to continue the purpose of FLF. Feel free to contact any member of our team if you have questions, interest in volunteering or utilizing FLF’s services.
Dr. Greg Morrow has participated in, and given leadership to ministry projects in Taiwan, Argentina, England, Puerto Rico, Burkina Faso, Mexico, El Salvador, and Ukraine. These experiences have been foundational to his interest in sustainable development within international religious communities. In May 2017, Greg completed his PhD in Rural Sociology with the University of Missouri.
Robbi has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology/Sociology and a master’s degree in Organizational Leadership. Robbi retired from the Missouri Baptist Children’s Home after 20 years of service as a supervisor, recruitment coordinator, and most recently as program director where she directed MBCH’s family resource development program statewide including budget, strategy and staff, served as part of the agency management team and ensured compliance of policies and procedures for all assigned programs and coordinated agency responses to contract offers from Children’s Division. Robbi and her husband, Mike, have directed FLF’s work with the Moldova Baptist Union since 2019. In addition, Robbi traveled with an FLF visionary team in 2017 to explore foster/adoptive training opportunities in Ukraine.
Robbi and Mike live in Springfield, MO.
Gary retired in 2016 as Senior Vice President of Hawthorn Bank. Gary also served as the former president of the Missouri Baptist Foundation with years of experience in the financial field. He is a CPA and has a MBA and undergraduate degrees from Missouri State University and currently works with other local non-profits such as Salvation Army and the Special Learning Center. He also serves on The Baptist Home Foundation. Gary and his wife Carol are active members their local Baptist Church.
Ken and his wife, Alice, live in Jefferson City, Mo, and attend First Baptist Church, Jefferson City, Mo (FBCJC). They have two grown sons, Christopher (and his wife, Emma) and Jonathan. Previously, Ken worked for the Missouri Baptist Convention and many years for Word & Way. Currently, Ken is employed with our local library and is a contract worker with FBCJC and other organizations.
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