Sharon Klahm-Hibler – Executive Director

Sharon and her husband, Tracy, live in Hudson Oaks. She grew up in Ohio and attended Bethany College in West Virginia where she studied Music Education. She continued her education and went to Kent State, Tuscarawas Campus in New Philadelphia, Ohio where she majored in Psychology. She’s been a resident of Parker County since 1991. She has two daughters, a son, two stepsons, and four grandchildren. She attends Trinity Bible Church, where she’s been a member since 2005. Sharon and her husband are business owners in Weatherford. She previously taught music and drama at Trinity Christian Academy. Prior to teaching, she worked in several social service fields, helping victims of rape and domestic violence. She has a passion in helping people along with sharing the love of the Lord. She states that “it is an honor and a privilege to serve these women and see them grow in the love of the Lord! God has truly blessed me!”

 


Tracie Ward – Program Manager

Tracie and her husband Wade have been married for 11 years and together have four sons and five precious grandchildren.

They made the decision to move from Nebraska to Fort Worth, Texas in 2013 and have been blessed by the Texas life ever since! She’s been an active member of Trinity Harvest Church since moving to Texas.

Tracie graduated top of her class with her Bachelor’s in Human Resource Management while attending Bellevue University. Shortly after her completion she pursued her Master’s in Counseling and is presently attaining her certification to be a health and life coach.

While residing in Nebraska she overcame adversities which are now valuable life experiences, developed an intimate relationship with the Lord and was presented with an amazing opportunity to be God’s vessel, servicing women at a transitional home who were coming out of prison. She knew then that prison ministry was her calling just as much as it is today! There has been so much passion birthed out of her hurt and pain. She states, “I give all the glory to God and the best is still yet to come. It’s not over until God says so and I am grateful, humbled, and blessed that in God’s sovereignty He knew the prayers of Sanctified Hope and the desires of my heart. I am Blessed beyond measure that God called me to be a part of the Blessing with the women at Sanctified Hope!”

Roman 8:28 “And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are the called according to His purpose.”