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Myron and Holly West
Missionarieswest@fourcorners.org

Myron and Holly West of Alexander City, Alabama officially joined Four Corners Ministries in February 2012 and began full-time ministry in Gulu, Uganda in July, 2013. They assist with the planning and daily operational management of the various Abaana’s Hope ministries. Myron grew up a Pastor’s son in Jemison, Alabama and graduated with a Bachelors of Business Science degree from Faulkner University. He spent 19 years in the mortgage industry, most recently as Senior Vice President/Mortgage Manager with National Bank of Commerce in Opelika, Alabama. Holly grew up in Equality, Alabama and worked 21 years for the State of Alabama. Married on June 27, 1992, Myron and Holly have two children serving with them, Ryan (April 15, 1997) and Rachel (January 14, 2003).

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Josh and Kim Moody
Missionariesjosh@themortgagecenterinc.com

Josh and Kim Moody are from Gardendale, AL. They currently have six children with baby number six due in January 2015. Their children are Ella (9), Avery (9), Addi (6), Steven (5), Mark (4) and Gaines (born January 2015). They officially came on board with Four Corners in May of 2014. They are currently raising support and plan on moving to Gulu to serve full time at Abaana’s Hope in October 2015. Josh is originally from Albertville, AL and has worked as a mortgage loan officer in his family’s company in Cullman, AL for the last 13 years. Kim, originally from Montevallo, has been a stay-at-home mom since their twins were born in 2004. They fell in love with the country and people of Uganda when they adopted their sons from there in 2010. The entire family is excited about what God has in store for them as they serve the Acholi people of northern Uganda.

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Kristopher and Julie Mobbs

Kristopher and Julie Mobbs
Missionariesmobbsk@bellsouth.net

Kristopher and Julie are from Buford, Georgia. They met in Birmingham, Alabama where they both graduated from Samford University. Kristopher has a Masters degree in Christian Education and has spent the past several years as a bi-vocational pastor. Julie has a Business degree and has spent the last several years working part-time in the insurance industry. God has blessed them with 3 children and they are in the process of adopting #4 from Ethiopia. Chase (9), Cooper (7), and Zoe (4) bring them amazing joy. After several years of “praying big” God is leading their family to join the team on the ground in Gulu in January of 2015. Kristopher and Julie are humbled by the opportunity to serve at Abaana’s Hope and to join in all that God is doing to reach people for His Kingdom through this ministry. Their greatest prayer is that the name of Jesus and the truth of the Gospel will continue to be heard and that God will be glorified through it all.

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Jeremy (Jamie) and Sheri Payton
Missionariesjeremy@fourcorners.org

Jamie and Sheri are from Enterprise, Al. They met at Ft. Rucker, Al while serving in the military and were married in 2003. They have 3 children, Vanessa (19), Jacob (12), and Samantha (10).

Jamie, a native of Alabama, retired from the Army in 2012 and for 2 years served as a Pastor for Administration and Bible Studies at a church in Enterprise, Alabama. He is a graduate of Liberty University and has a Bachelor’s degree in Religion. Sheri has served the Army for the past 22 years as an Air Traffic Controller, first as a soldier, and after separating in 2003, as a civilian.

God began transforming and breaking their hearts for the Acholi people during the 2 years they were preparing and planning to lead a mission team to Abaana’s Hope. They fell in love with the people there and in 2014 began praying about how they could further support them and the work God was doing there. They have answered God’s call to become full time missionaries and to serve the Acholi people with Four Corners Ministries. Their heart’s desire is to see the Gospel shared and lives transformed.

They officially joined Four Corners Ministries in December 2014 and moved to Gulu, Uganda in September 2016. Jamie and Sheri moved with their 2 youngest children, Jacob and Samantha, while their oldest daughter remains in Alabama and attends Troy University. They are overjoyed and humbled at the opportunity to serve God and the Acholi people as part of the Four Corners family.

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Bullen Timo
Missionary – bullentimo@yahoo.com

Bullen Timo is from South Sudan. He grew up during the civil war that lasted for more than 21 years. He lost his father and brothers and was separated from his family. He found hope in Christ when he became Christ follower. Four Corners sponsored Bullen through the Educate Africa Program which aloud him to earned his Business degree from Troy University. His plan is to share the Gospel through economic development; by creating a sustainable Christ centered businesses improving the quality of life and reducing poverty in South Sudan. Bullen is going back to South Sudan and share love of God with people of South Sudan and beyond.

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Allen and Mallory Corbin
Missionary – allen_corbin@hotmail.com

Allen and Mallory Corbin live in Atlanta, GA. They have four children Bo (7), Laurabeth (5), Lucas (3), and Annamarie (1). They officially joined Four Corners in September 2016. Allen is originally from Chipley, FL and has spent most of his life working in different aspects of the agricultural industry and a couple of years in the family grocery business. Mallory was a 4th grade school teacher before becoming a work from home mom in 2011. In 2014 Allen and Mallory moved to Atlanta as missionaries to an inner city neighborhood. In 2011 God began to lay Uganda and South Sudan on their hearts. Neither of them knew what that would look like but they laid their lives before God and let Him have His way. In February of 2016 Allen and Mallory made a trip to Abaana’s Hope, it was then that God began to work out in their hearts His call for them to be there full time. They are looking to be on the ground in Uganda in September 2017. They have a heart for discipleship and want to be used by God to help people understand more of themselves and reveal the glory of God through sharing the Gospel in their hearts and lives. They are incredibly humbled by the opportunity to serve God and know their only qualifications are by His grace.

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