Robert Frazier - church planter
Robert and Malia Frazier grew up in the Pacific Northwest and met in Spanish class at Boise State University in the fall of 2002. That year they both dedicated to learn to walk in the way of Jesus for the rest of their lives. Over the next 10 years they led movements of students at colleges and high schools in Oregon, Idaho and Massachusetts, groups dedicated to knowing Jesus and loving people just like Jesus did.
As Robert completed his studies at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, Grace Chapel, their church in Boston asked if Robert and Malia would lead a campus/congregation in Watertown, MA. From 2013-16 they helped launch and lead a congregation that was passionate about reaching out to their community, then God started to put on their hearts a burden for their hometown, Boise, Idaho.
Robert is an avid Boise State and Boston sports fan, he loves film, design, coffee and home-brewing and is currently looking for opportunities to play old-man soccer. He runs a creative consulting firm called solidcreative.media
Malia loves good fiction, music and spending time with her friends. She works as a Nurse Practitioner in a pediatrics clinic with St. Luke’s Children’s Hospital.
They both are crazy in love with their three kids.
Rachel Saleen - associate church planter
Born and raised in Boise Idaho, Rachel graduated from Capital High School in 2011 and moved to the Seattle area to attend college and play soccer for Northwest University. During her junior and senior year her faith came crashing down which led her to some of the darkest years of her life but also led her to a more honest, raw, and sincere place which was the beginning of restoration and healing.
Now she wants to help people discover a real genuine faith with God that brings restoration and life to people in boise.
Rachel is currently a girl’s soccer coach and Young Life leader at Capital High School as well as the staff member supporting the kids ministry at Redemption Hill.
Rachel is a huge fan of ethnic foods, good literature, honest conversations, and anything competitive or active.