Door of Hope Mankato

Benefit Breakfast for Door of Hope Mankato

In March, 110 women attended our Mankato conference, resulting in 20 women joining our Mankato support groups and 21 trauma recovery prayer appointments.

To help meet the Mankato need, God brought us a Mankato Director and a Mankato Program Coordinator.

And now, through incredible people like you God is providing the support needed. Praise Jesus for how He’s bringing hope and healing to families in the Mankato area!

Please join us to hear what God is doing and see if He is calling you to Door of Hope Mankato.

Saturday, July 13th, 2019
9:00am - 10:30am

Country Inn & Suites
1900 Premier Drive
Mankato, MN 56001


$20 each
Table of 8: $160

Registration Open Until July 6, 2019

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Meet Heidi Drummer, Mankato Program Coordinator

Heidi Drummer

Heidi Drummer

I am Heidi Drummer, Mankato’s Volunteer Program Coordinator and Support Group Facilitator in Training. Margy Johnson (new Mankato Director) introduced me to Door of Hope at the 2018 spring banquet. While listening to the testimonies I was moved with the compassion of God. Although I didn’t know in what capacity, I knew that this was something I needed to be part of.

Door of Hope Mankato has started two women’s support groups and are currently offering trauma recovery prayer ministry. Our prayer is that, within the next year, we’ll be able to add support groups for men, teens and children. The future plan for Door of Hope Mankato is to establish a permanent office and a safe house.

I reside in rural Mankato with my husband Andrew of 15 years. My daughters, Elsie and Lyla, are 21 and will be graduating from college this fall. We attend New Creation World Outreach Church. 


Meet Margy Johnson, Mankato Director

Margy Johnson

Margy Johnson

I met Diane about 3 1/2 years ago when I was serving as a foster care provider for women and teens who were pregnant, had children or both. Our hope was to teach them parenting and independent living skills and to see them leave equipped to thrive as a functional family. Over time I realized there was no quick fix for them...and I didn’t have the language for it either. I now understand that they came from generations of abuse and trauma.

When I met Diane and heard her vision for Door of Hope I felt a connection to the work. I’m confident that Door of Hope’s tools and training are setting people free to walk in their God given purposes.

As Mankato’s Director, I envision Door of Hope Mankato as a team of people partnering with other teams to educate and provide the tools needed to help individuals heal from the trauma of abuse. Once healed, people will do the good work they are created for, resulting in healthier families, churches, work places and communities.

My husband Ted and I have seven living children (one is with Jesus) and live in Mankato MN. We are licensed Adult Foster Care providers and are bio parents, step parents, foster parents, adoptive parents, parents-in-law, and have 14 grandchildren. I enjoy talking with people who have a passion for Immanuel (God with us) and who want to partner with Him to see people get healed and set free. Learning about the latest brain research is exciting to me as well. We attend New Creation World Outreach Church in Mankato. I enjoy activities in God’s beautiful creation.