Cindy & Skip sorum

house parents

Skip and Cindy Sorum are passionate about investing in the lives of at-risk pregnant young women and are committed to being house parents for Saving Grace Maternity Home. Having served for several years as live-in house parents in a similar home, they truly feel called by God to continue to meet this strategic need through the operation of this new home. Saving Grace will be dedicated to the physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being of these single pregnant mothers and their developing babies. They believe and have seen that a faith-based family environment is profoundly effective in providing for these young women what they need most: a safe haven where they can stay while learning the skills they need to make a better life for themselves and their babies.


  • Cindy Lane

    Board Member

    Cindy is a creative, artsy person with a passion for watercolors and baking, to name a few. She was blessed to grow up here in Oregon and loves raising her two kiddos in the wondrous Pacific Northwest. She is a true Oregonian who even loves the rain, but can't wait for summer camping and travels. She enjoys exploring the beautiful globe with her family and her pilot husband. She currently attends Calvary Chapel in Hillsboro. 

  • Danell Macy

    Board Member

    Danell has been involved over the years in small ways with other maternity homes in the area. She also immersed  herself in in a non-profit organization that served homeschool families in Washington County for over 12 years, where she served as Director and board member. Danell has loved working in women’s ministry for many years and is currently doing so at her church, Westport, in Hillsboro. Danell married her high school sweetheart, Nic, 25 years ago. They have four daughters, and one grandson.  

  • Tori Rask

    Tori is a a former elementary school teacher turned stay-at-home mom who makes her home in Aloha. When she's not chasing or chauffeuring her son and daughter around, she enjoys drinking tea, reading, writing, crocheting, listening to music, watching sports with her husband, Jeff (go Beavers and Blazers), and spending time with the moms at Saving Grace. Tori has a passion for connecting with and encouraging other moms to believe in their own worth and in the God who created them, redeemed them, and loves them unconditionally. The Rask Family attends Village Church in Beaverton.