Las Vegas

MISSION

Scarlet Hope exists to share the hope and love of Jesus with women in the adult entertainment industry.

VISION

Our vision is to see women in the adult entertainment industry engaged with the Gospel of Jesus Christ, teaching them they are loved by the Creator of the universe and were made in His image while equipping and empowering them to change their lives through gospel-centered community and resources.

HISTORY

Scarlet Hope began in 2007 when our Founder, Rachelle Starr, was called to bring the hope and love of Jesus with women in the adult entertainment industry of Louisville, KY by serving a home-cooked meal and forming relationships with the women working there.  In 2013, Beth Jacobs, who had been a part of the Louisville team, moved with her husband and three children to Las Vegas, NV. Trained as a professional educator with a Masters from the University of Louisville, Beth established Scarlet Hope Las Vegas in 2018. The team serves between 120-150 women each month through street outreach, club outreach, and supporting churches as they work to reach Las Vegas with the hope of the gospel.  In 2019, Scarlet Hope Las Vegas joined the Southern Nevada Human Trafficking Taskforce to work with other local organizations dedicated to preventing sexual exploitation and slavery in Nevada.

Meet the
Executive Director

Beth began serving women in the adult entertainment industry in 2011 when she joined the outreach team at Scarlet Hope in Louisville, KY.  After moving to Las Vegas two years later, Beth knew she wanted to start a Scarlet Hope in her new city. After a lot of prayer and conversations with her family, Beth became the Executive Director of Scarlet Hope Las Vegas in 2018.  It is Beth’s desire to not only see women in her city come to know true hope through the gospel of Jesus Christ, but she also longs to engage her community to feel the need and answer the call. In addition to leading Scarlet Hope Las Vegas, Beth loves to sing on the worship team at her church and root on the Golden Knights hockey team with her husband and three children.