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Stefanie Brown is the wife of Dan Brown, Executive Director of LIFT Ministries. She is a graduate of Berea College in Berea, Kentucky, where she received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing. She practiced nursing for 10 years before leaving the profession to stay at home with her son, Alex, now 7. During her time at home she started ZERO2THREE Pediatric Rehab Services, a company, which provides therapy services to children ages birth to 3 with developmental delays. She recently passed this Kentucky-based company on after 7 successful years of service. In addition to being the voice of LIFT Student Ministries when you call, she is the School Nurse for Canyon Creek Christian Academy. In addition, she passionately mothers Alex, she serves alongside her husband in the ministry while caring for her elderly mother who resides with them in their home. She and Dan will be married 9 years this upcoming March and have recently relocated their ministry to the Dallas Metroplex. She and her family currently reside in Plano, Texas and are partnering with Canyon Creek Baptist Church, Richardson, Texas.

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