Adam Whitescarver

Executive Director
adam@chatthop.org

Adam Whitescarver is passionate about seeing God’s people possess vibrant prayer lives to help them make a difference in the sphere of influence God has given them. In ministry since 2001, Adam enjoys his family, teaching, singing, and reading a myriad of subjects. He and his wife, Stephanie, live in North GA with their four children.

 

Micki Ann Harris

Spiritual Formation Director
mickiann@chatthop.org

Micki Ann’s delight is in seeing God’s sons and daughters grow in wholeness and deep connection to God - this is her aim when planning a retreat experience, praying with others, or training a team of prayer ministers. Micki Ann also finds great joy in searching out Scripture and then sharing the bounty through a teaching, conversation, or a blog. She has been in active ministry for over 35 years, serving in many and varied church leadership positions, and as a member of a vibrant healing prayer ministry. Micki Ann has been on staff at the Chattanooga House of Prayer since its inception in 2010. Micki Ann and her husband Chuck have four grown children and one amazing granddaughter.

 

Shane Selby

Creative Director
shane@chatthop.org

Shane Selby has a heart for revival and believes that this generation has the potential to change the world with hearts passionate for Jesus. He believes in intimacy with God and knows that the Holy Spirit can tangibly impact people and change lives forever. Shane Selby is a worship leader/songwriter with Eleventh Hour Worship and oversees creative direction for the Chattanooga House of Prayer.

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Maggie McMann

Administrative Assistant
admin@chatthop.org

Maggie McMann serves as Chattanooga House of Prayer’s Administrative Assistant. Before working at the Chattanooga House of Prayer, Maggie underwent a year of learning and service as part of the Chattanooga Fellows program. This instilled a love for the city and its people, and a desire be used by God to help spread the gospel and advance the Kingdom in Chattanooga.

Maggie grew up in Northern Virginia and attended Bridgewater College in the Shenandoah Valley, majoring in Art – an interest that brings a current of creativity to her work and ministry. Her desire to serve others has been fueled by the many challenges she faced as a person with a hearing impairment, which God has used to deepen her sense of dependence on him and empathy with others who also deal with personal or outside challenges. Maggie loves spending time with friends, playing soccer, and working creative projects that bring joy to others.

 

Board Members

David Denmark
Rob Hatchett
Justin Hoffman
Gary Jared
Monique Lea
Michael Obi