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JASON ABERNATHY has worked for Insight Alliance  as part of the Lifeline Peer Project of Tennessee since August 2013.  He serves as the Region 1 Lifeline Peer Project Coordinator and has been a Certified Peer Recovery Specialist (CPRS) since March of 2014.  This state certification is for individuals who provide direct peer-to-peer support services for those with mental illness, substance abuse, or co-occurring disorders. He is a certified Question, Persuade, and Refer (QPR) trainer through the Tennessee Suicide Prevention Network, a Trauma-Informed Care (TIC) trainer, a Wellness Recovery Action Plan 1 (WRAP) facilitator, and a Youth Mental Health First Aid (YMHFA) trainer.

Jason also served 4 years in the United States Marine Corps before transitioning into a 16-year career in law enforcement.  After his serving in law enforcement, Jason then made his current career choice allowing him to give back by assisting others in finding their way to the road to recovery. As a man in long-term recovery from co-occurring disorders, Jason desires to help others break the chains of addiction.  

He recently graduated from King University in December 2019, receiving his Bachelor of Social Work, and is currently completing his Master’s in Social Work from the University of Tennessee. 


Jason is actively involved on the worship team at his home church as a musician. He and his wife, Paula have been married for 17 years and reside in Piney Flats, Tennessee with their beautiful daughter Peyton. In their free time, they enjoy outdoor activities and gathering with friends and family.


OLIVER DOSSMANN is the co-founder of Mission to Missionaries and has served as the ministry's President since its inception in 1998. Oliver is originally from Paris, France but now lives in Fairfield Glade, Tennessee. His parents became missionaries with Reach Beyond in 1983 when he and his family moved to Ecuador, South America. Oliver attended Moody Bible Institute in Chicago and later Union University in Jackson, Tennessee where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and a Master’s in Business Administration – MBA. In addition to his oversight to Mission to Missionaries, Oliver owns, an IT and website design company serving clients across the world.  

​Oliver met his wife Rachel while attending Union. Married since 2000, they have two boys, Alexander and Zachary, and two girls, Liana and Kaylee. Oliver enjoys spending time with his family, the outdoors, and traveling. One of his greatest personal accomplishments was riding a bicycle from Colorado to Alaska. 

​Oliver is very excited to play a small role in the vision of Indigo Hills!


RICHARD HILTON’s passion to reach the lost began when he was only nineteen. His zeal to win others to Christ launched him into evangelism as a teenager! Richard served as a full-time evangelist conducting weekend crusades while in Bible College. This same passion compelled him to revive the church by planting a multi-cultural church that broke racial, social, and economic barriers. He and his wife Theresa are the Founding Pastors of Calvary Church in Johnson City, Tennessee.  

Married for 44 years with 3 children and 10 grandchildren, they are excited about Indigo Hills because they see the blessing Indigo Hills will be to local churches, families, & marriages. Richard and Theresa share a common interest with Indigo Hills as they currently lead a coaching, counseling, and consulting ministry to leaders and local churches concerning the areas of their health, family, and growth strategies at:

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