WHO WE ARE
Lane of Roses engages, empowers, and equips women to live out their God-given purpose.
Where every woman knows who God is and how He made her on purpose, for a purpose.
Why Lane of Roses?
The name Lane of Roses originally came from Sorority Row between Rose Lane and Rose Street at the University of Kentucky, where our founder Katie Humphress first began sharing her faith story with sorority women to invite them to learn more about a relationship with God.
And now? It's even more than that. When we think of a true "lane of roses," we see a pathway lined with fields of flourishing roses of all colors and types, blooming beautifully side by side and in doing so, reflecting the goodness of the God who created them and welcoming others to grow and follow God too.
This picture is what it could look like in a world where millions of women know who God is and how He made them on purpose, for a purpose of loving God, loving others, and inviting others to love Him too. A world where women are engaged, empowered, and equipped to live out their God-given purpose.
So we engage women in faith conversations online and in person through social media and different events; we empower women to know who God is through Daily Devotions, our App, Bible Study Groups, and other faith resources; and we equip women to tell others who God is through our Ambassador Teams.
What started in central Kentucky on a university campus has expanded to a global ministry for women of all ages and stages to explore faith, share stories of hope, and connect to community, and we won't stop until every woman knows who God is and how He made her on purpose, for a purpose.