Our Volunteers

In addition to the BOARD OF DIRECTORS, the following people are helping to build and maintain AFIRE™.

They are listed in alphabetical order.



Nicole resides in Doylestown, Pennsylvania with her husband Bob and two adult daughters, Kate and Jaci.  She has been employed at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Parish for the past ten years.  Nicole has seen the sadness and destruction the opioid epidemic has created within families locally in her faith community and is aware of the losses globally. 

Nicole continues to educate herself in the field of addictive behaviors through workshops and seminars.  She also facilitates prayer groups so she can offer some guidance and courage to those struggling with their loved ones' addictions.  After attending the We Thirst™ Series, Nicole was empowered and knew involvement with Nina Corona was meant to be.  She currently volunteers her time to coordinate the AFIRE™ Prayer Intentions.  



wendy jordan

Volunteering her time to organize and send notes of encouragement, Wendy has been employed as a professional caregiver for over sixteen years. She is a member of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church in Roseto, Pennsylvania. Wendy desires to give people hope and understanding, and to let them know that there is someone who cares when they feel alone and powerless. She lives in Pen Argyl, Pennsylvania and has been married for thirty-four years.



Barbara A. Birnbrauer Luberski, MSS, LCSW

Barbara is a licensed clinical social worker. She possesses a Master of Social Science degree from Bryn Mawr’s School of Social Sciences and Social Research. During her twenty-five years in the field of social work, Barbara has served various populations. Her professional positions have included Program Coordinator for a juvenile justice diversionary program, Regional Coordinator for a residential treatment facility for adjudicated delinquents, Paralegal / Service Administrator, addressing the multi needs of the aged, and Service Coordinator, meeting the psycho-social-physio needs of the disabled. In conjunction with her other positions, Barbara also maintained a private practice serving adults, adolescents, and families.

Barbara’s professional and personal belief is that each person needs to be served with compassion, understanding, and respect. This is essential when serving those impacted by addiction and the subsequent challenges they face. Barbara is pursuing Drug and Alcohol Recovery Training and certification to enhance her skillset and to prepare her in her role as an advocate and guide for individuals and families impacted by the disease of addiction.



Please consider volunteering any amount of your time, talent, or treasure to the AFIRE ministry. We are always in need of volunteers, especially administrative (especially typing), social media, outreach, and more.

Please contact us at info@apeopleafire.org or click HERE to send us a note.

Thank you so much for your prayerful consideration.