Our Leadership

Our Leadership2019-08-08T17:50:46-07:00

Frank Mastrolonardo

Frank Mastrolonardo
President, Chief Executive Officer

Frank Mastrolonardo, President and CEO of Only Hope Prison Ministries, is an advocate for individuals who have chains on their souls and are lost in a hopeless world without Jesus Christ. Frank has worked as a business executive for 25 years with extensive sales and general management experience working with both non-profit and Fortune 100 companies, including medical, consumer, commercial, military, industrial, automotive, aerospace and telecommunications market segments while also serving as a volunteer Chaplain for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. He left the business sector in 2006 to join Cornerstone Community Church in Simi Valley as the Local & Global Ministries Pastor. During this time Frank also served as Vice President of Ministries for the Rescue Mission Alliance.

Frank is currently serving as the Protestant Liaison Chaplain for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Facilities which includes, TTCF, MCJ, CRDF, NCCF, NORTH, SOUTH, EAST, MIRA LOMA and continues as the Senior Chaplain of the North County Correctional Facility (NCCF).

Frank is married to his wife, Susan. Together they are the parents of 5 children ranging in age from 25 to 37. Frank and Susan’s home church is Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, CA.  Click here to watch a sermon by Frank Mastrolonardo.

Immanuel L'Heureux

Immanuel L’Heureux
Vice President, CFO

Immanuel received his Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Stanford University in 1990, and his Masters in Education from UCLA in 1992. He has been a computer programmer and IT professional since 1990, and taught high school math and computer programming from 1993 to 1998. Immanuel currently serves as a Chaplain at the North County Correctional Facility since 2004, and enjoys worshiping and exploring truth in God’s word with the men behind bars.

For the past several years he and his wife Evalerie have hosted Bible studies in their home, and met with couples for pre-marital and marital counseling. Immanuel and Evalerie have been married 26 years, and have four children ages 18 through 24.

Rich Hines

Rich Hines
Director of Chaplain Training

Rev. Rich Hines received his Master of Ministry from Talbot Theological Seminary, and spent 21 years as a Chaplain in Los Angeles County jails. He also served on the pastoral staff of Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, CA, for 17 years.

Rev. Hines has been involved in church planting, radio Bible teaching, overseeing missionaries, and he was formerly with Aurora Ministries, as the Director of a nationwide ministry to chaplains. He is also the Director of the Chaplains Training Academy, which has campuses in California, Florida, Illinois, Washington, Florida.  This Academy graduates students with a credential stating they are fit for Biblical correctional chaplaincy.

He has prepared a Jail Ministry Training Manual which you can download from our Academy Training page, and delivers a monthly message to correctional chaplains and gospel volunteers – which are available for download on our Chaplain’s Corner page.

Steve Borja
Director of Re-Entry Ministries

Currently, Steve serves in as a Senior Chaplain in the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Jails. In addition to regular chaplain duties providing spiritual care and teaching Bible studies, he oversees the re-entry ministry for Only Hope Prison Ministries helping chaplains to assess and place inmates in transitional programs after their release.  For 14 years prior to coming to Only Hope Prison Ministries Steve served at the Union Rescue Mission (URM) in Los Angeles as a chaplain for 6 years and then in executive leadership as the vice President of Programs and Operations.  At the URM he helped develop programs for residential substance abuse treatment as well as administrating all programs including rescue for single men and women, and transitional programs for homeless mothers with children. Further, Steve has over 30 years’ experience as a pastoral counselor. Steve is also a part-time adjunct instructor at Talbot School of Theology in La Mirada, California teaching pastoral care and counseling.  He is a graduate of Talbot School of Theology with a Masters Degree in Marriage and Family Ministries.

Joe Feinstein

Joe Feinstein
Director of Outreach

Joe has been a follower of Christ for 44 years, and has been discipling men for 39 years. He has served in a mens drug rehabilitation program for 24 years, and for the past 15 years has been a Chaplain for the Los Angeles Sheriff’s department, Pitchess Detention Center.