• tammy Harden

    executive director

    Tammy was born and raised in southeastern North Carolina and spent over eighteen years as a military spouse. During that time, she was devoted to providing support to military families and single soldiers. Professionally, Tammy practiced residential real estate for many years and specialized in military relocation. As a resident of Williamsburg for the past twelve years, she has raised two children and and was a business owner that focused on projects supporting person's with disabilities, throughout the Tidewater area.

    Tammy has a BS in Psychology: Crisis Counseling from Liberty University and is working toward a Certificate in Nonprofit Management. She serves as the Secretary for the Virginia Association of Housing Counselor and is a Certified Housing Counselor and a Certified Housing Specialist: Rental Counselor. Other training and/or certifications include Conflict Resolution, Life Coaching, and Case Management. She has served as a volunteer in many local agencies and nonprofits and finds that her passion to walk alongside those in need is rooted in her Christian faith.

  • jon sprankle, 

    director of Operations & Finance

    As the Director of Operations & Finance for 3eRestoration Inc., Jon is SSI/SSDI Outreach, Access, and Recovery (S.O.A.R.) Certified, an initiative designed to increase access to SSI/SSDI for eligible adults who are experiencing or at risk of homelessness and have a mental illness, medical impairment, and/or a co-occurring substance use disorder.

    Jon has done many things and worn many hats. He has been everything from a Financial Controller for a Fortune 500 company to being a brick mason’s helper. He has been a District Manager for a large formal wear retailer, a cigar store manager, a newspaper magnate, a book retailer, a theme park cast person, a truck driver, and a dairy farm owner. In all these trades Jon has always been a student striving to learn whatever was available. Whatever God had in store to equip him with. Jon has been a worship leader for the past 30 years, singer, songwriter, guitarist, pianist, computer geek, coffee snob, buckeye, shepherd, and missional community leader. Jon currently resides in Williamsburg, Virginia and is the lucky man who calls Sherry his wife, and Zac and Tori his crew. Three words sum up Jon's view of life: God is good.

  • Lynn walker

    Director of Training & Programs

    Lynn moved from Chapel Hill, North Carolina to Williamsburg, VA with her husband and two young children over 30 years ago. Through various avenues over the years, she has been involved in helping people. After attending NC State and UNC-W and receiving her degree, she taught freshman English at UNC-W as an adjunct professor. She also taught conversational English to French exchange students. She worked with Community Health Education at Williamsburg Community Hospital for a number of years, and then became the in–house Education Coordinator at Williamsburg Sentara Hospital. On the creative side, she partnered with her husband as a graphic designer to help small businesses and non-profits with logo designing and website development. She also enjoys artistic painting as a hobby. She has been a trained Stephen Minister since 1994, and has been s a Servant Leader Coordinator with 3e Restoration since her training in October, 2015.

    Lynn loves music and sings in the Praise Band at church. She has been on mission trips both in the U. S. and out of country. One of her real passions is working with youth. She has been a youth leader at church, gone on youth service mission trips and is currently teaching middle school breakout at church on Sundays. Her faith in Jesus Christ is of utmost importance, and her biggest blessing is her wonderful husband, her children and beautiful grandchildren.

  • Jena Gray

    Content Strategist

    Jena comes to 3e Restoration with a passion for storytelling and experience working alongside people of diverse backgrounds in cross-cultural contexts. She aims to convey impactful stories with integrity which express human dignity inherent to all of God’s creation. Jena believes that as followers of Jesus, we, the Church, should strive to authentically connect with all people, regardless of societal labels certain individuals have been given. Jesus specifically reached the marginalized in a way that was dignifying, not demeaning - as such, we should do the same.

    Jena seeks to spread love through the discipline of empathetic and active listening in and outside of her workplace to highlight the importance of genuine, reciprocal communication.


    Her experience includes serving as Community Outreach and Engagement Coordinator as well as Internship Coordinator for the Virginia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and as a marketing consultant for a local farm-to-fork restaurant, The Caboose Market & Café. 


    Jena graduated from the College of William & Mary with degrees in Socio-cultural Anthropology and Latin American Studies. While in college, she focusing her coursework on identity formation, sociocultural linguistics, religious/spiritual self-identification, and native and indigenous peoples. She was also involved in Greater City, 3e Restoration’s Collegiate Division, during her final semester and helped to coordinate a campus-wide poverty awareness event through creative expression.

  • Tessa Voss

    Auburn University Intern

    Global Studies in Human Sciences

    Nutrition & Food Security

    Tessa is entering her senior year at Auburn University in Auburn, AL. She is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Global Studies in Human Sciences and a minor in Hunger Studies.

    Tessa has always found helping others to be a passion. From international mission trips, to church outreach programs, to involvment with various local organizations, she has always found helping those in need to be rewarding. Since entering the Global Studies program last Fall, her ideology of how to do so has been completely morphed by various experiences. In the Spring, Tessa was exposed to some daunting realities when it comes to poverty and how to help those in need. Through research and discussion in her Intro to Hunger Studies class and a trip to Williamsburg with her campus ministry to learn about the 3e Restoration Process, her eyes were opened to complex systemic issues and the importance of working alongside the people when it comes to poverty alleviation both domestically and globally. Tessa spent four weeks this summer studying abroad on a remote island in Fiji learning about sustainability and community development. While there, she saw yet another example of the importance of working alongside the people and working towards empowering them to be self-sufficient. She is now looking forward to learning more about how to approach poverty alleviation from a holistic, community based perspective on a domestic level with 3e Restoration, Incorporated.

  • fred liggin

    founder & president

    Fred is a follower of Jesus, the husband to Alison, father to Ian, a multi-vocational pastor with Williamsburg Christian Church, ethnographer, activist & justice seeker, published writer, advocate for those living in extreme poverty or homelessness, and Founder and President of 3e Restoration Inc. For sixteen years Fred has walked closely and personally with those living through homelessness and extreme poverty. Fred is the author of The 3e Restoration Process and it's curriculum, The Floor Plan. Both were born from hands-on experience, practice and evidence-based research. 

    He received his B.S. in Ministry/Bible at Amridge University and his Masters of Religious Education in Missional Leadership (MREML) from Rochester College. Currently he is pursuing his Doctorate of Ministry in Contextual Theology in at Northern Seminary in Chicago. His thesis, Hospitality as Leadership, Witness and Power: the Role of Hospitality in Congregational Renewal is a reflection of his work as a congregational pastor and local activist, and researches how congregational engagement and embrace of the socially displaced can lead a congregation toward renewal. 

    He enjoys hanging out with his family anytime, anywhere. Fred is deeply grateful for how God graciously works through His Church in all her various forms, despite our brokenness. He is passionate about seeing the last, least and lost of every neighborhood, city and nation experience God's in-breaking kingdom, and come to know Jesus as King. His greatest hope is that the Church will continue to experience missional renewal as gospel-centered, kingdom-shaped communities learning to enjoy God and participate in what He is doing in this world as His everyday people, living in everyday places, offering tangible expressions of love, hope and peace in everyday ways. Fred constantly finds himself in need of God's mercy and grace every day, and is prematurely balding. 

    Fred also serves on the board for the The Advisory Board for Dept. of Social Services for James City County and the County Commissioned Workforce Housing Task Force. He also serves as a mission specialist in church renewal with Mission Alive and an adjunct professor for Regent University where he teaches courses in philosophy, ethics, leadership, and christian history.

    Email Fred at fred@3erestoration.com

    Follow Fred on Twitter (@Liggin), 

    Facebook or his Blog (www.fredsforehead.com)