Bio: Harmony Dust is the founder and Executive Director of Treasures, an outreach and support group for women in the sex industry.
While completing a Master’s Degree in Social Work at UCLA in 2003, Harmony founded Treasures as a dream born from a broken past and a heart healed by the love of God. Having overcome sexual abuse, rape, dysfunctional relationships and a life inside the walls of a strip club working as an exotic dancer, Harmony is truly passionate about seeing women’s hearts and lives revolutionized by a relationship with God and a revelation of their true worth in Him. She also has a passion for seeing the house of God be a place where hurting and broken people are met with open arms and offered a safe haven for their healing and restoration.
She has been featured in various media sources, including Glamour Magazine, Tyra Banks Show, Dr. Drew’s Sex Rehab and The 700 Club. She is a sought after speaker and her memoir, Scars & Stilettos has been published by Lion Hudson. Follow her on Twitter @HarmonyDust
Executive Assistant to Harmony Dust / Program Manager
Bio: Lindsay was born into a life of full time Christian Ministry, working along side her family, where her Dad served as Senior Pastor of their home Church in Chicago. She is also the only daughter, with five younger brothers. Balancing a life of full time ministry activity at church and helping to care for her younger siblings at home, brought her opportunity at a very young age to gain and implement skills of organization and administration. This was key to her survival as the only girl in a home full of boys!
Lindsay later invested and applied her skills in the corporate world building a successful career in management working with some of the world’s leading hospitality and entertainment providers, including Walt Disney World Themeparks and Resorts, Starwood Hotels and Resorts, Hyatt Hotels and Luxury Resorts Worldwide.
Lindsay met her husband at Walt Disney World, and together they live a life of adventurous Faith and Perserverance with a passion to help others find God’s Best for their lives. This Faith brought Lindsay to Treasures, where she now applies her Executive skills to fully supporting Harmony Dust, and the Treasures leadership team.
Speaker/ Care and Support Coordinator
Bio: Crissy understands what it is like to be involved in the adult entertainment industry, what that lifestyle brings and how hard it is to break away. Her life was a search for love that began in her childhood. A series of bad choices and life circumstances led her into the industry.
Today Crissy works at Treasures as the Support Group host and provides one-on-one support to women as part of the Care Team. As a public speaker, she has travelled nationally to share her story at churches and colleges. Her story has been featured on ABC’s Nightline, the Florida Times Union, In Touch magazine, LA Weekly, British GQ, in several documentaries and on numerous websites both secular and Christian. Read Crissy’s story here. Follow her on Twitter @iamcrissy newcrissymoran.com
Board of Directors
Founder/Executive Director of Treasures
Author & Founder of GodChicks
Bio: Holly’s life is full and busy… just the way she likes it! Like most women, she wears many hats – wife, mom, pastor, teacher, author and cancer survivor.
Holly and her husband, Philip, are the Lead Pastors of the Oasis Church – a growing, relevant, multi-cultural, multi-generational church located in Los Angeles. She and Philip have taught many relationship seminars around the world and are committed to healthy marriages, especially their own! They love spending time with their two young adult children, Jordan and Paris, and enjoy seeing them fulfilling God’s purpose for their lives.
Holly is passionate about seeing women become who God has designed them to become, and to see every generation of woman extend a helping hand to the generation that is younger. Through the women’s ministry of Oasis, GodChicks, Holly seeks to blow the lid off the boxes that women have sometimes put themselves in and encourages women to be the amazing, world-changing champions they were made to be.
She has written several books, using her humorous yet challenging style to encourage readers. Her books include: Dumb Things We Do, a “his and hers” look at overcoming relationship obstacles; God Chicks, examining with humor and honesty the many facets of being a woman of God, Daily Steps for GodChicks, a 90 day devotional which was written duringher treatment of breast cancer and WarriorChicks, which uses Holly’s own life experiences to deliver witty, yet poignant principles for facing any crisis life throws at you.
Holly speaks at churches and conferences all over the world, and loves living out the adventure God has given her!
Director of Social Justice at Oasis
Bio: Alex has been at Oasis since 1999. He served in a number of volunteer capacities before joining the Oasis staff 8 years ago. Alex is a licensed Minister on staff. He currently oversees Oasis’ local and global social justice outreach efforts as well as community relations. As a Licensed Minister he also facilitates Weddings, Funerals, Hospital visitations and other pastoral care requests. He is married to Shunna Jones-Moreno who is the Director of Operations at Oasis. They are the proud parents of Layla.
Staff Spiritual Director & Adjunct Faculty at Biola University
Bio: In addition to her role at Biola University, Roe also offers missionary care with Heart 2 Heart International who ministers to Romanian orphans and leads the Romanian/American staff in spiritual retreats and leadership development.
Roe began her career as a teacher when their youngest child entered school. In 2005 she graduated from Talbot Seminary with a Master’s in Spiritual Formation and Soul Care. While at Talbot, she oversaw women’s discipleship and urban ministries. After graduation she became a caseworker with the Orange County Rescue Mission before coming to work at Biola.
Roe has been on countless mission trips, volunteered in homeless ministry, and led retreats over the last 15 years. Her and her husband offer pre-marital counseling and mentoring for couples struggling with sexual addiction.
Roe grew up in Wyoming and stepped into the Kingdom of God when she accepted Christ as her Saviour at the age of 18. Her passionate love for Jesus is what drives her life and her desire to follow his will. She has been married to her husband Jim since 1975 and they have 3 grown children. She enjoys the outdoors, skiing, sailing, and dancing.
Spiritual Care Director at Grace Baptist
Bio: Dan Broyles is the Spiritual Care Director at Grace Baptist Church in Santa Clarita, California. He currently oversees about 45 volunteers helping people one-to-one (lay counseling). Previously, he was a social worker for the County of Los Angeles, where he helped children who were abused and neglected. Mr. Broyles has a M.S. in Marriage and Family Therapy from California State University at Northridge. In addition, he has received a B.S. in Biblical Studies and a B.S. in Human/Family Development from Grace University in Omaha, Nebraska. Mr. Broyles is licensed as a pastor and as a Marriage Family Therapist. He is author of the book Helping Teens at Risk of Suicide. He is married to his wife of twelve-years, Carli and they have two young children.