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MomLaurie Cox
is the mom on TheMinistryMom.com. She has served on the mission field with her parents, as an Assistant Pastor’s wife, a Youth Pastor’s wife and then a Pastor’s wife for sixteen years until her husband, Jeff, went home to be with the Lord in March 2013. She has a heart to help ladies in the ministry and teach others how they can live frugally. Laurie has been able to stay home with her two young special needs children, Kaleb and Kassie,  by selling Thirty-one. (The link is highlighted so you can visit her website by clicking the link. Hint, hint…) She started a ministry enlisting people to help sponser Chemo Care Bags to give to patients that are being treated at one of the hospitals where Jeff was before he passed away. God’s Word is being given in every bag! She enjoys speaking at ladies’ events, cooking, entertaining, sewing, and scrapbooking.


 

Mark and Katie

Mark and Katie McElreath have been married for five years and have two baby girls, Macy and Mackenna. They have been serving the Lord in Ethiopia as missionaries since July 2014. They are sent out of their home church, Temple Baptist Church in Powell, Tennessee, where they had the privilege of serving for four years. Mark and Katie are graduates of The Crown College. Mark enjoys reading, teaching, and most recently, learning the guitar. Katie enjoys cooking, teaching, secretarial work (no, really) and children’s ministry.


 

Brett anBrett and Kelseyd Kelsey Jones are our newly weds! They have been married for over a year now and just welcomed their first baby girl, Azlynn, in November. Brett and Kelsey are active in their local church, Temple Baptist Church in Powell, Tennessee, where they serve in the nursing home ministry. Brett enjoys technology, sports and plays the guitar. Kelsey enjoys cooking, spending time with her friends, and office work.


 

Kyle Cox is studying mission ministry at The Crown College in Powell, Kyle 1Tennessee. From the moment he wrote a book for his sisters about a family “that was large, but then again, not so large at all,” (They were a family with a lot of kids that were all under twelve inches tall.) they have enjoyed everything Kyle has written. We are thrilled he has a platform to share his writing with you now! Kyle loves children’s ministries, makes a mean pie crust, and loves to play board games with his friends.

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