For sixteen years, Cricket worked for the Francis Asbury Society as an assistant to her grandfather, Dennis Kinlaw, helping him put together and publish several books of his writings and sermons, including the top-selling daily devotional, This Day with the Master. She also served as editor for a collection of Dr. Kinlaw’s sermons, published after his death, Malchus’ Ear and Other Sermons. Dr. Kinlaw lived with her family in their home in Wilmore, KY, until his passing in 2017.
Cricket has also written Passing on the Passion, a book that encourages women who have a passion to share His love with others to know how to help the next generation fall in love with Jesus.
Cricket and her husband, Matt, have three teenage children who bring them much joy and keep them very busy.
Linda Boyette's life is centered in one reality: Jesus is enough! Linda has been involved with Titus Women since its beginning and she currently serves as a Regional Director. She teaches Titus Bible Studies in her home, mentors, and speaks at conferences and retreats around the U.S. as well as internationally. No matter the setting, God has given Linda the delightful appointment to invite, teach, and disciple all to be holy in heart and life; knowing Jesus as their personal Savior, Center, Source. A graduate of Asbury College, Linda is also an accomplished pianist and has served churches and camp meetings through the ministry of music. She lives on a farm in Mt. Vernon, Ohio with her husband, Phil. She is a mother to three sons and has a daughter-in-love and two granddaughters.
Beth Kinlaw Coppedge is an incredible communicator who challenges women to love God with all their hearts and to be lovers of Jesus, not just workers for him. The sweet fragrance of her wisdom flows from the reality of her godly life. Beth has a passion for women to find Jesus as all sufficient for them in every circumstance.
Beth is founder and former director of Titus Women. Beginning as a Bible study in Wilmore, Kentucky, many years ago, today Titus Women is touching the lives of women across the country. Beth is dedicated to challenging women to personal holiness and discipleship and has spoken at women’s retreats all over the United States and overseas. She encourages women to have a daily quiet time with the Lord, to share a burden for the lost, to have a heart for missions and the world, and to have a passion for being godly women. Her desire is for women everywhere to walk daily in the Lord’s presence.
A graduate of Asbury College in Wilmore, Kentucky, Beth is married to Dr. Allan Coppedge, a former professor at Asbury Theological Seminary. They served four years in Colombia, South America, as missionaries with OMS. They have four children, two of whom are missionaries, and fifteen grandchildren.
Dr. Elizabeth Crouse, or “Bette” as her friends call her, is a graduate of Asbury College (now Asbury University). She earned a Master of Nursing degree from Yale University and holds an honorary doctorate from Asbury College.
Bette went to Korea as a missionary under OMS International (now known as One Mission Society) in 1959 where she served as professor at one of the largest Asian university medical complexes until 1992. She met J.B. Crouse in Korea. The Lord led their lives together and they were married in 1961. As an effective team, J.B. and Bette ministered with OMS in Korea from 1959–1992. Following this, J.B. served as president of OMS for 13 years (1992–2004). In 2014, J.B. went to be with his Savior.
Over the years, Bette has been scheduled for meetings in the U.S. and overseas. She has taught Bible studies and courses on Creative Christian Womanhood. She has written for various religious and professional publications.
Bette continues her involvement in missions in different capacities, one of which is to serve on the Thrive board, a ministry to missionary wives. One of her present passions is to educate women to be aware of, as well as prepared for, persecution.
Stephanie Hogan loves Jesus and loves people. She loves offering women God’s hope and healing through his Word, whether speaking at retreats, leading a discipleship group of women, or sharing over a cup of coffee. Stephanie served several years as an administrative assistant for Titus Women, and then filled the role of Titus Women Director for 8 years. A native of Sicklerville, NJ, she is a graduate of Asbury University in Wilmore, KY, and received a master’s degree in counseling from Eastern University in St. Davids, PA. Stephanie and her husband, Bryce, live in New Jersey, along with their incredible children, Clodagh and Phin.
Fiona Richardson, along with her husband, Philip, lives at OMS headquarters in Greenwood, Indiana, where they are fulfilling God’s call to equip leaders around the world. They have two adopted daughters from Tanzania.
Fiona comes with a ministry training degree from England and 19 years of full-time ministry experience in Youth and Children’s work, Bible teaching, and writing discipleship and training materials. After several years of working in Tanzania, East Africa, she is continuing some of the work that God laid on her heart there through the “Esther Project” which creates opportunities and provides teaching resources to young women in Africa.
Fiona also has a real heart for prayer and serves as the Titus Women Lydia Prayer coordinator.
Renita Koehn is a freelance teacher, songwriter, and musician. She received her Doctorate of Musical Arts degree from the University of Kentucky and has taught voice at the college level for 28 years. She and her husband, Daniel travel presenting music and dramatic presentations of John's Gospel. Renita has faithfully led us in worship at many Titus Women events. Contact our office if you are interested in having her serve at your event.