Changepoint Church is honored to partner with a number of missionaries who spread the love of Jesus practically throughout the world.
Caryl Mallory served as a missionary in Alaska with Solid Rock Ministries and has been involved with Wycliffe for over 30 years, first as a volunteer and then as a member. Caryl has several degrees, including master of public administration. Caryl now serves as Outreach Coordinator and coordinates Check-IT-Out conferences, vision casting events, domain coordination assistance, and volunteer opportunities. She loves how technology allows her to connect with friends around the world.
Mary Jill Callery was our pioneering missionary sent out from this church to Scotland in 1992. After serving there the Lord relocated her to Budapest, Hungary where she served from 1997-2015. Her ministry began as hospitality for Kingdom travelers, expanded into"Certain Women", a ministry which "Ignites Hope, strengthens Faith, brings Encouragement and serves with God's Love." In 2015, God surprised her with a divine appointment and ministry connections in Poland which resulted in her relocating to Tarnow, Poland in September of 2015. Mary Jill is now part of the leadership team of "The Lord is Our Banner Church" under the direction of Pastor Jan and Basia Skarbeck. In addition, she teaches a weekly ladies meeting, mentors and encourages single moms, and young women and is doing university outreach Bible studies. She also hosts many church events and travels to Ireland on mission trips.
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After six years of volunteering together in Ukraine on short-term mission trips, Mike and Annie Hallenbeck developed a passion to serve the people of the Transcarpathian region. After being commissioned as full-time missionaries by Changepoint, they departed to serve in Ukraine full-time in January 2012. They volunteer through teaching English, working with the Roma (Gypsy) community and participating in various ministry outreaches. Annie is a certified Occupational Therapist and uses her training to bring high-quality treatment to under-served victims of strokes, injuries and other physical disabilities. They currently live in the city of Uzhhorod with their children Solomiya, Fedir and Mykhailo.
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Larry & Susan Salay work with Wycliffe Bible Translators and in May of 2016 they completed a translation of the New Testament for the Salasaca people of Ecuador, South America. They will continue to be involved with the Salasaca project, encouraging literacy efforts and listening groups which commit to listen through the whole New Testament in audio. Larry is now working as a Translation Consultant, helping various language groups in Ecuador and Venezuela revise and perfect their Bible translations. Wycliffe’s vision is that every language group will have adequate access to Scripture in the language they understand best. Nearly 1800 of the world’s languages still have a definite need for Bible translation. Larry and Susan are excited to continue making their contribution towards meeting those needs.
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