One of her biggest ministry desires is to make housing and resources available in the Lehigh Valley to help those fleeing extremely difficult situations (like abuse and trafficking). Niki volunteers her time managing the everyday operations of Zoe’s Place and All-4-Kids Sales, and oversees all areas of women’s programming offered through Zoe Life Ministries.
Rich and Niki met at church in January of 2003. They were married in April of 2004 and became a sort-of-modern-day-Brady-Bunch, with Rich bringing in 4 children from his 1st marriage, and Niki bringing in 2 from hers. Together, they had Zoe in 2009, and adopted 3 more children through the foster care system in December of 2016. Rich also adopted Niki’s older two children. So if you’re trying to add that all up, they have 10 children in all, plus 3 grandsons by the eldest daughter (with the youngest grandson in heaven). Their family truly is a picture of redemption and restoration in the midst of a world that is so broken and often without hope today. Whatever your struggle is, it’s likely one of them has gone through it, and they have found that their transparency makes the most impact when reaching out to others.