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Randal Broadhurst

Director of G.A.P.

Randal has served in various capacities in the local church for over thirty years. Youth became his ministerial passion and eventually God led him to start one of the first college-age and young adult ministries in the Sacramento area: REMEDY–1998-2018. He was “called” into full-time Christian ministry in 2003.


While serving as a Chaplain for years inside Sacramento County Youth Detention Facility (Juvenile Hall), since 2006 he was asked to teach/mentor in the “Lockdown” Housing Units for serious offenders. Soon after, he birthed another Christian organization called G.A.P. – Gang Awareness & Prevention aka God Answers Prayers, in 2008. During this time Mr. Broadhurst became a “Pastor to the pastorless” and finished his Masters Degree in “Youth Evangelism/Outreach” at Western Theological Seminary in 2010.

As the founding Director of G.A.P., and in collaboration with Sacramento and Yolo County Probation Departments, as well as California Youth Authority (CYA-DJJ), Randal trains, matches and oversees volunteers with incarcerated youth as mentors during and after release.

Randal has afforded dozens of CDCR and County Probation approved and badged volunteers a pathway via G.A.P. to rescue incarcerated boys and girls. He has successfully enabled a once difficult route for compassionate citizens with a variety of backgrounds to go inside the walls and counsel youth, develop relationships and teach life skills to guide them out of a troubled life–ideally becoming productive citizens outside of the walls. He gives all the credit to his boss, Jesus Christ!

Personally, Randal has been married to his ministry partner, Nancy, for 45 years. He has three children who have started their own families and they all love the Lord! He enjoys the crazy energy and love of six grandchildren ages 2-13-years old.


Ashley Read

Executive Assistant

Ashley is a “chill CA born and raised kinda girl”. She loves her family, friends, her horse (AJ) and her bearded dragon (Princess Buttercup). She likes reading fantasy books, rockin’out to NEEDTOBREATHE, and eating sushi with her friends.


Ashley has known Randal for many years and is so happy to be working for G.A.P. She has seen Randal’s tireless work and supported him since before the beginning of G.A.P. Now, she has the privilege to be a part of the team!


Her mission is to help things run smoothly and efficiently while working hard to connect the youth of G.A.P. to a G.A.P. mentor. She desires to see kid’s lives changed for the better and wants them to know that life can be different, and if they want it, they can be different. She prays for all the mentors and mentees who have and will call G.A.P. a place of caring and hope. You may be one of those people!


Felise Esposito

Social Media and Digital Content Coordinator 

Felise was born in L.A. County but raised in Sacramento County, and has been in a position to know the Broadhursts and their courage of conviction for many years. When Randal talked about G.A.P. at a young adult ministry he ran, she volunteered to help out and her penchant for organizing was put straight to work. She ardently desires wholeness and holiness for people, so she gets fired up over any way she can to serve the G.A.P. aims!


In her spare time, Felise ponders Greek, Hebrew, and theology through graduate courses at School of Urban Missions Bible College.


Nancy Broadhurst

Finance Manager

As the wife of the founder and director, Nancy Broadhurst has been with G.A.P. since the beginning. Prior to G.A.P., she served as a chaplain in the Sacramento YDF, co-teaching with her husband, Randal, every other Sunday morning in the lockdown units, and this experience began her burden for loving and saving these kids. As an accountant and financial director by profession, Nancy’s primary role in G.A.P. has always been financial oversight. As a Christian by calling, her just as important role is prayer and encouragement. Frontline prison ministry is fraught with attack and not for the faint of heart! Nancy has been involved in youth ministry in many capacities for thirty years. She and Randal were co-directors of REMEDY, a college age and young adult ministry, for twenty of those years.


Nancy was blessed to retire from her financial management career last year. She loves to teach spiritual formation studies with young women and hopes to resume those soon! She currently serves as an abortion recovery counselor at Alternatives Pregnancy Center and volunteers at the Elk Grove Food Bank, when she’s not spending time with her six beautiful grand-children.


Michael Crutcher

Tech Coordinator

Born in Sacramento, raised in Florida, then brought back to California, Michael was searching for a young adult ministry and found REMEDY, a college-age and young adults group that Randal and Nancy ran. Michael grew to love the community and got involved in helping with the tech side of things. Even after REMEDY as a ministry concluded, Michael wanted to stay involved with the work of G.A.P., and quickly became it’s tech lead.

Michael has been a part of G.A.P.’s team since 2018. It is very fulfilling for him to assist the ministry of G.A.P. in advancing its mission for the glory of God.


Michael has recently turned his hobby of creating digital art into a side business. In his spare time, he enjoys watching anime, travelling, crafting, and attending pop culture conventions.


Matthew Balling

Studio Recording and Volunteer Recruiting

Matthew is an artist out of Northern California, who does Urban Gospel Music as a ministry. He initially enrolled in college to pursue a basketball scholarship, but was interrupted by the call to do music ministry.

He grew up heavily influenced by rap, but never with an ambition or dream of making it a career, until he found himself on his way to a theater arts class in Community College staring at a “Help Wanted” ad for a “Christian Rap Artist”.

Matthew graduated from Epic Bible College in Sacramento, CA, where he earned his degree in Ministerial Studies. He found himself in G.A.P. from a prayer, ironically finding out after 4-years of volunteering that one of G.A.P.’s acronyms is God Answers Prayers. His prayer was for young men who might be on their way to prison, that their paths would be detoured.

Currently, Matthew is a mentor with G.A.P.  He is also a Volunteer recruiter, recruiting mentors and mentees for G.A.P. Additionally, he’s building a recording studio as an outlet for the G.A.P. mentees, and continuing to put out his own music. You can find his music here at and on most streaming platforms.

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Jonathan Miller

Webmaster, IT Support and Digital Designer

Jonathan is originally from Sacramento, CA where he became great friends with Randal and Nancy Broadhurst through a college-age and young adults ministry that the Broadhursts started called REMEDY. They met in 2003 when he was fresh out of high school, and has been mentored and trained in ministry by the Broadhursts throughout the years. He graduated from Sacramento State with a Bachelor of Arts in Digital Video in 2008.

Currently, Jonathan lives in Gilbert, AZ and enjoys running his video and web production company, JPM Productions LLC.  He has experience in the education, non-profit and corporate sectors of digital marketing, providing regular digital content with a desire to create just enough impact on someone's heart in order to move them to action. Check out his website here:

He loves serving the Lord at his church on staff as a worship and production associate, leading worship for the young adults ministry and Sunday morning services, and producing videos and podcasts.

Jonathan currently provides web and IT support to the ministry of G.A.P., as well as design services for the newsletter and other needs. He enjoys any kind of out door activity, video games, songwriting, his dog, Boeing and being with and serving the Lord's people.

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