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We have a committed and active committee of local individuals who passionately volunteer their time and efforts to help us fulfill the Agape Center NRV mission.


Kim has been married to the love of her life Hugh Bowman for 23 years. Originally from Los Angeles, California, Kim has resided in the New River Valley since 1982. She has been an area leader in Outreach Ministry for the last 20 years and is on the staff of the New River Valley Community Church in Christiansburg, Virginia. Kim has a heart for hurting people and has made it her life’s mission to share the transforming love and forgiveness of Jesus Christ through acts of service. One of Kim’s favorite quotes is “People don’t care how much you know, until they know how much you care about them.” - Zig Zigler. Kim states “Once a person realizes that you truly care about them you can begin to affect change in their life and help them see themselves as Christ sees them. Once a person realizes how much God loves them , it changes everything. Only then, can they achieve their full God honoring potential.” Both Kim and her husband Hugh have a deep love for God’s creation . They enjoy working with plants and animals and taking walks in nature together. Though they have no children they share their home with two dogs, three cats, and two sugar gliders.

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Joe was radically transformed at the age of 18 when he encountered and accepted the living Gospel of Jesus, and surrendered his life to Him. Since then, Joe’s journey of following Jesus has lead him on many faith-filled adventures. He is passionate about reaching out to the broken, lonely, lost and destitute, and offering others the same life changing Gospel that transformed him. He has passionately pursued the development of a multi church, collaborative outreach ministry since 2016, and was overwhelmed by his first visit to The Agape Center at Smith Mountain Lake in 2018. Since then, he has been helping to pioneer The Agape Center NRV. He was raised in Blacksburg and has lived in the NRV most of his life. He is a husband to Michelle Davidson, and a proud father to their four children: Joseph, Micah, Josiah, and Everly Joy. He is a local Realtor and serves as the Outreach Pastor at Dwelling Place Christian Fellowship.

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I have been pastor of Victory Restoration Church since July of 2016. Building relationships in this community has been a high priority of mine. I have discovered a sincere hunger within the larger body of Christ to work selflessly for the glory of God’s kingdom and the benefit of the New River Valley. I believe that an intimate relationship with Jesus for an individual is a benefit to our entire community, however, physical needs can be large hurdles to that intimate relationship, but they don’t have to be. They can be opportunities for people to see that Jesus loves them and cares for their physical and spiritual needs. I believe the corporate church can love one another well enough to pool our efforts to help meet the physical needs of our neighbors and connect them with local churches. I believe that being with people in their challenges is better than just doing for them. This is why I was drawn to be a part of The Agape Center NRV. I try to live this message out before my wife, Meredith, our two sons, Quinn and Jax, my home church fellowship, the larger corporate church, and the people around me who haven’t already met Jesus.

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Lucy and John Copeland have lived in the NRV for 21 years. They have 3 grown children and 2 beautiful granddaughters.  John and Lucy attend the River Anglican Church. Lucy is the Ex Director of the NRV Diaper Pantry and is very excited about joining this ministry with Agape. Lucy’s life verse is “Love the Lord your God with all your heart, soul and mind.  And the second is like it, Love your neighbor as yourself.”  Matthew 22:37-39

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Rev. Crowgey has been at Cambria Baptist Church since April 2012 after previously serving pastorates in Smyrna, GA for twelve years and Walterboro, SC for five years. The son of a dairy farmer from Wytheville, Virginia, Rev. Crowgey graduated from Virginia Tech with a BS in Agricultural Economics in 1985. He then worked for the Virginia Cooperative Extension Service for three years until moving to Ft. Worth Texas to enroll in the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in 1988. After earning a Master of Divinity in Biblical Languages, completed his Clinical Pastoral Education and served as a hospital chaplain in Dallas Texas. Rev. Crowgey has been married to his wife, Tammie, for 21 years and is a father of four. At the core of his pastoral duties, Rev. Crowgey has a heart for apologetics, church leadership, and discipleship.


Diana Trump  has lived in the NRV all her life, growing up in Riner, now living in Christiansburg.
She has fond memories of walking to church with her grandmother and being saved at Auburn Baptist Church at the age of 10.  Since that time, Diana has attended NRV churches and served in ministry in roles of Sunday School teacher, Youth Leader, Church Treasurer, and Pastor’s Council member. Diana has attended New River Fellowship for 4 years.
Diana has three daughters, one granddaughter, and five grandsons. Life is full of horse shows, drag races, football games, basketball games, and baseball games. Being a retired math teacher, Diana now puts her love of numbers into acting as Treasurer of Agape Center NRV.
Diana’s favorite Bible verse is Psalm 30:5 speaking to the fact that there is always hope with God.  “Weeping might endure for a night, But joy comes in the morning.” NKJV
Diana looks forward to becoming Mrs. Reginald Crockett in 2023.  She and her fiancé enjoy traveling and serving in ministry together.


Reg was born and raised in Wythe County, VA. He was baptized in the waters of Cripple Creek at the age of 16. After college, he spent several years working in banking and real estate in the Charlottesville and Washington, D.C. area. Seeking a simpler life, he returned to southwest VA approximately 20 years ago and eventually came to know members of the Agape Center NRV, where it has been his pleasure to hope and pray for, and seek more ways to serve those who are in need of a helping hand. And most of all, that hope and prayer includes filling not just immediate earthly needs, but encouraging the same walk with Jesus that has made all the difference in Reg’s life. Part of God’s blessing in Reg’s life is the impending marriage of Reg and the love of his life, Diana Trump, in 2023.

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