Kristine Kauffman has served on the board since 2018 . Kristine works at CrossPoint Community Church as the Rescue Director and part of her role is connecting the congregation in serving opportunities within and outside the church. She desires to see the churches in our community reach out and be a part of serving one another to be a part in the transformation of our city and betond.
Kristine and her husband have lived in Modesto for 21 years. They have raised six children, now ages from 25 to 35, and have added seven grandchildren to their crew. They continue to invest in the community and look forward to many more years here!
Why did you choose to be a board member of LSC?
I have been involved with Love Modesto for many years. My role at our church includes finding ways to engage the Church in serving and reaching out to our community. LSC is the heartbeat to serving beyond our church walls!
What do you love most about being on the LSC board?
I love seeing the vision of impacting our community(ies) through connecting one another in serving and making it a better place to call home for all that live here. I love hearing the ideas and seeing how God is expanding the care and love for one another that LSC leads in!
What do you love most about living in Stanislaus County?
I love this city and county! It is a place that is small enough to feel connected in community and big enough to offer so many great things to do! The people I have met since moving here in 2000, have been so welcoming and I have made many deep freindshsips. I also love the diversity in culture and race that exists in our county.
In what ways do you participate in the community?
I serve at our church as the outreach director so I have the privilege and joy of connecting with many NP's that serve our community as well as overseeing a ministry to the homeless community and helping connect our church with ESL for our refugee population. I personally love beiing a part of Love Modesto, National Night Out as well as working with those with employement barriers to help them in next steps.