Lori McFall serves as a trainer with HOPE61, the human trafficking prevention ministry of One Mission Society. Inspired by Isaiah 61 and the hope we have in Jesus, HOPE61 seeks to prevent human trafficking by mobilizing the church around the world to use the talents, abilities, and resources God has given them to reach out to those in their own communities who are vulnerable to trafficking. Lori’s focus is with churches in the United States, providing training to help them develop a plan to leverage local resources to identify and minister to those vulnerable to becoming involved in the problem.
Lori has been with One Mission Society since 1999. After serving with her family in the Philippines for nine months and in the Republic of Ireland for two years, she began working at OMS World Headquarters. She served in the Communications Department for 14 years, first in One Mission Kids and then for 10 years as editor. The Lord sent Lori and her husband Cris to OMS after Cris’ first mission trip to Russia in 1996. Cris served with OMS for seven years.
Lori attended Indiana State University where she earned a bachelor of science degree and a master’s degree in elementary education. The McFalls have two adult children, Andrea and Ben, who is married to Isabella.