Lindsay Anderson


Lindsay Anderson is passionately pursuing God’s calling in her life to make disciples by unashamedly being the hands and feet of Jesus. Her senior year of college God led her to forsake the ‘American Dream’ and move to Haiti after the earthquake in 2010. She resided there for 4 years living at an orphanage, working as a school director, and finally to develop and oversee a new Christian boarding school. She loves Haitians with all her heart. One of her favorite things to do is to bring hope to the children or share about God's love to those in Haitian markets. Lindsay has returned to the U.S. to get further equipped at IMPACT195 and will be going back to Haiti in the end of 2015 as a Rock Ambassador.


Melissa Lull

Melissa's passion is to see other believers grow in their identity, their gifts, and their love relationship with God. After a life of identity struggles, severe insecurities, conforming to fit in, and looking for love in all the wrong places, God intervened in Melissa’s life and she surrendered completely to Him at the age of twenty-one. God radically transformed her life. Six months into her walk, God took her great dislike for children away and gave her His heart for them. Since then, she has been to orphanages in Romania and Mexico, and has worked with children of all ages for the last several years. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Science for Child and Family Development in 2007, and has taught at the same preschool on the Barona Indian Reservation for the last 8 years. For the first ten years of her walk she served as a youth leader, a deacon, a greeter, Sunday school teacher, and she served on the worship team at Mountain View Community church in Ramona, California. 3 years ago, Melissa knew God was calling her to a new and more intimate season with Him. By His leading and guidance, she was introduced to IMPACT195, the ministry school of Rock Church. After sitting at the Lord’s feet for a year, and mentoring women at IMPACT195 for another year, God grew a love for mentoring and discipleship in Melissa. She is currently serving in Jérémie alongside a team of Rock Ambassadors to bring the love of Jesus to the people of Haiti through the development of a discipleship school.


Breezy Brown


Breezy is a caring, loving, devoted follower of Jesus Christ. Originally from the Midwest, she gave her life to Christ for the first time at a young age. After graduating from Illinois State University in 2011 with an English degree, minoring in Writing, she made her way to San Diego. Her decision to rededicate her life to Christ paved the way for her big move across country. After diving into ministry and serving as a Rock Kids volunteer, God called her into deeper waters by attending IMPACT195 School of Ministry. This program led her to volunteer in MicroSites, serve in Haiti and Mexico on mission trips, and also led to a different role in Rock Kids. In 2014, she graduated from IMPACT195 School of Ministry and, since then, has been serving there as a mentor and an intern in the media/communications department. She is passionate about loving others and being a light to those around her and has always hoped to continue to do so as a missionary around the globe. In June 2016, she was offered a nine month internship to join the Rock Ambassadors of Jérémie, Haiti. Without hesitation, Breezy accepted the opportunity to serve and love the people of Haiti alongside her fellow sisters and brothers in Christ. After the nine months, she recommitted to Haiti and her team and is currently serving as a long-term Rock Ambassador of Jérémie, Haiti.


Mollee Long