The Big Fish Ministries (BFM) family is excited to announce that Tasha Gomez is now serving as our Women’s Program Director. She has also been investing in women’s recovery at BFM for the past year as a Women’s Program Mentor. In her new role, Tasha will build on the program’s initial successes and focus on providing a safe and peaceful environment that fosters healing and promotes growth.

“I am deeply honored to have the opportunity to continue helping women find freedom through Christ,” said Tasha. “Big Fish Ministries plays an essential role in our community by providing long-term, residential, Christ-centered recovery to men and women with self-defeating lifestyles. I am excited to use this position to create lasting change along the Alabama Gulf Coast and develop intentional programming ensuring that the women we serve can fully experience the true freedom available in Christ.”

Prior to joining Big Fish, Tasha worked in the Intake Department at The Lovelady Center, a year-long, Christ-centered recovery program in Birmingham, Alabama. At Lovelady, Tasha was delivered from her own 20-year battle with addiction and discovered her calling to guide people out of the darkness to find freedom through Christ.

Tasha’s promotion comes at a critical juncture in our ministry’s history. Our long-term, Christ-centered women’s residential program is rapidly expanding to meet the increasing demand in our community. Tasha will play a key role in helping the next generation of broken women find redemption, hope, and freedom.

“We are thrilled that Tasha will be continuing to help us build on the progress we’ve made in our mission to restore hope and rebuild broken lives through Christ-centered recovery solutions,” said Isaac Stooksberry, Founder & Executive Director of Big Fish Ministries. “Tasha’s passion, values, and background have contributed to the success of our women’s program. As we begin to expand the program’s capacity, I look forward to seeing Tasha help more women successfully return to society as productive, responsible citizens with hope and a vision to fulfill God’s will for their lives.”

Learn more about our recovery services and our ministry’s impact on the community by visiting the “Get Help” section of our website.


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