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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, a ministry of the Francis Asbury Society. 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.



For the past sixteen years, Cricket has 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.  Dr. Kinlaw lived with her family in their home in Wilmore, KY, until his recent passing.

Cricket was a speaker at the 2016 Come to the Fire women’s conference in Nashville, TN. Her presentation, “Joy in the Secret Place,” encouraged women to experience the joy of a love relationship with Jesus Christ that expresses itself in holiness of heart and life by the power of the Holy Spirit.

Cricket has also written Passing on the Passion and served as editor for a collection of Dr. Kinlaw’s sermons, published after his death, Malchus’ Ear and Other Sermons.

Cricket and her husband, Matt, have three teenage children who bring them much joy and keep them very busy.



One Collective Worship is a group of passionate, God-loving worship leaders and a production team from various churches surrounding Hagerstown, Maryland that gather and lead together as one. The One Collective Worship members share a vision worship events to unite the church in worship. It's time to put our differences aside and unite our churches together in worship as shown in John 17:21-23.

To learn more about One Collective Worship, visit their website at HERE.


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