MEET CLARK AND VALERIE RUMFELT

Clark and Valerie Rumfelt have been the Executive Directors at Buried Treasures Home since October 2014. Originally from Mississippi, they came to BTH from planting a Southern Baptist church in Rhode Island which they served since 2003. Clark practiced law in Jackson, Mississippi before returning to New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary where he earned his Master of Divinity degree. Valerie is a graduate of the University of Southern Mississippi (BS in Child Development with a minor in Psychology) and worked in the business office of the Mississippi Baptist Convention Board in Jackson before being called with Clark to the mission field. They are currently NAMB MSC Missionaries.

Buried Treasures Home is located on 65 beautiful rural acres in central Mississippi. It is a non-profit Mississippi corporation with 501(c)(3) status with the IRS.

Rachael M Walker MS, NCC, LPC

Counselor for all residents of BTH

 

Education & Training

 

Bachelor of Science in Education & Psychology Certified Teacher Grades K-8 (USM)

Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy (MS College)

National Certified Counselor (NCC)

Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)

 

It is my honor and privilege to continue serving the residents of BTH on the campus this year. The previous 3 years, I served many of the residents through my work as an Intern and Associate at Summit Counseling (FBCJ).

It gives me great joy to play a role in the Lord's provision for the transformation of a soul.

 

God has provided for my healing from traumatic experiences through counseling and spiritual discovery. This motivated me to pursue a career in counseling, which seemed a natural transition from 10 years as a Classroom Teacher and Mother  After years of training, I have obtained the credentials to practice professionally. I find great fulfillment in serving at BTH with the Rumfelts, Rosemary and so many volunteers.

Rosemary Bravo
Supervising Mentor and Assistant


Associates Degree in Business and Office Technology at Hinds Community College

I thank God for giving my life healing and meaning after 27 years of addiction. I came to faith in Christ while I was in prison, September 27 th 2012. I came to Buried Treasures Home as a resident in 2013. After completing the program I was asked to stay on as a Team Leader. I was mentored by Pastor Clark and Mrs. Valerie and two years later I was hired as Supervising Mentor and Assistant.

 

Working at Buried Treasures Home has helped me understand my calling from the Lord. I find fulfillment helping women overcome addictions and past hurts. I truly love working here being a servant of the Lord and watching as the Lord transforms the women’s lives.

Meet Rachael

Meet Rosemary