Thought you might like to know a little bit more about us, our family and our God inspired adventure!

Our family


The Lambdin clan consists of eight children…ranging in age from 26 down to 6 years old in addition to a couple more, who while they don’t bear the Lambdin name (yet!) are an important part of our family. Their vast age range, personalities and pursuits make life full and fun at the Lambdin home … never a dull moment! Our ministry is a family “team” effort. Our children believe in Inspire Ministries and are actively involved in supporting and working to be a blessing to every aspect of ministry. We hope soon they too will be speaking, sharing and encouraging others to live a life of passion, purpose and praise!

10268456_10152304223223654_3243020090949706721_nMichelle, 26  currently works as a Resident Director at he King’s College living in the heart of New York City.  She graduate from TKC with a degree in Politics, Philosophy & Economics.  She has a passion for the unborn and to help end human trafficking.

10995498_802792529816271_2356864919742901107_nAmy, 23  is a soon to be graduate (April ’16) of Southwestern Assemblies of God University in Waxahachie, Texas where she is studied Communications and tore it up on the soccer field. She is a dynamic and influential leader on and off the field. She will soon be in the “what’s next?” season of life.

12469542_10154395703942662_8679671597612827789_oKristen, 22 is attending Southwestern Assemblies of God University in Waxahachie, Texas where she is pursuing a degree in Business and playing soccer.  She has a passion for baking, hospitality and serving. Her sweet spirit and servants heart is a blessing to all who know her.

11709843_565509480253647_1696831970485406424_nRebekah 20 has just returned home after two years of traveling the globe serving others and showing them the love of Christ. She spent a year in Europe volunteering with orphanages, hospice homes, missionary school children and helping military wives as their spouses were deployed. After that she joined YWAM in Mexico and did outreaches in Thailand and India. She plans to attend The Kings College in New York in the fall of ’16.

IMG_5571Grace 17,  is a junior in high school and is being homeschooled which provides her abundant opportunities to learn and experience things she couldn’t in traditional school. She is a great help with our ministry by taking care of household chores, transporting siblings and cooking dinner when her parents are out ministering.

12694575_10154450625707662_5553885947064078554_oJoy, 13 is a homeschooled junior higher surrounded with many  lifelong friends and lots of laughter.  Besides enthusiastically embracing everything in life she loves to sing and perform.

DSC_0540Daniel, 9 is….the boy! He is in third grade but after a few short lessons he is ready to play “super heroes” or anything that includes a ball.  He is being actively trained by his six older sisters to be the ultimate gentleman and man of God.

12304312_10154309785077662_4764275723825904251_oChristiana, 7 is truly the greatest blessing of our lives.  The Lord gave her to us as a 6 week baby girl and we cried tears of joy.  Besides being smart, talented and creative, she is the cutest little a girl in the world and is adored by us all.

12115434_10153528638360255_7146569738374588622_nTiffana, 30 came into our lives when as a new believer she enrolled at  JECHS  her senior year where Dan was her Bible teacher and our eldest daughter Michelle was a friend.  After graduating and attending a bit of college, she came to live with us on two different occasions as she navigated through her traumatic childhood and began the road to healing.During those years she became a “Lambdin” and we have considered her family ever since.  She is a beautiful young lady who after graduating from William Jessup University began a successful career as a college admissions counselor for Grand Canyon University. She loves the Lord and is currently living in Lincoln, CA.

DSC_0931Megan, 23 & Rosie, 3 have been grafted into our family in August ’14 when Megan a former foster child and as young single mom found herself homeless. We were asked by Safe Families to house her then 2 year old daughter Rosie while she worked on becoming stable.  We quickly realized that they not only needed food & shelter but they needed a family and we stepped in to be just that!  Megan is working hard to become whole as she works through the damage done to her both in her biological home and as part of the foster system. We are committed to helping her for life!  We consider Rosie our first grandchild and we love her deeply! They are both currently living in our home.