Eric and his wife, Stacy, live in Auburn, Alabama. Eric is owner and CEO of Auburn Pain Specialists that he opened in 2009 after completing a fellowship
in interventional pain medicine at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. Eric and Stacy have 3 beautiful daughters, who thankfully all love
the Lord. With two of them married, they anxiously await grandchildren.
Eric first became affiliated with Four Corners on a medical mission trip to South Sudan in 2010. On this trip, he felt the deep sense of urgency to focus directly on the clarity of the Gospel. His desire is to see the Gospel spread among all peoples, and he is excited about the work God has done in preparing the mission field in Northern Uganda. Eric feels called to serve the unreached peoples of South Sudan and Northern Uganda with the Gospel of Christ.
John and his wife Robbie live in Wedowee, Alabama and have two grown daughters who recently gave them the honor of becoming grandparents. John is the retired
vice-president of operations for Kraft Foods. He is a graduate of Mississippi State and served in the U.S. Army.
After reading The Radical, John made his first overseas mission trip to South Sudan in 2010 with Four Corners’ medical team, and has forever been impacted by what he has seen and experienced there. He and Robbie have made several trips to Africa and traveled to other parts of the world to share the Gospel of Christ. Their desire is to see churches built, people be discipled and the Word preached to give hope to the hopeless and helpless.
Kelly and her husband, Michael, live in Auburn, Alabama along with their four children, Andrew, Jessie, Lydia and Hannah. Kelly is primarily wife and mom,
although recently returning part-time to the work force as a pediatric occupational therapist. Kelly and Michael are passionate about young people
and young marriages, and currently lead a small group for young professionals at their church, First Baptist Opelika.
Kelly first became interested in Four Corners when some fellow church members were one of the first missionary families with FCM. In 2017 Kelly and her daughter, Jessie, traveled to Abaana’s Hope, falling in love with both the people and the place. Kelly returned to Abaana’s Hope in the spring of 2018, this time with her entire family, on a family mission trip...both trips being life changing. Kelly has a desire to mobilize more people to travel to Uganda and experience first-hand what the Lord is doing there, helping lead new believers to the Lord and discipling those already walking with Him
Matt, his wife Alison and their four sons, Nathan, Andrew, John David and Josh live in Alexander City, Alabama. In 2009 Matt was called to pastor at Sixth
Street Baptist Church. Shortly after that a relationship began to develop between Four Corners and Sixth Street which has resulted in several church-sponsored
trips to Uganda, which Matt was a part of in 2014 and 2016.
He has been on several mission trips to Uganda, the Dominican Republic, Mexico, and Honduras. His passion is to see God’s people become Gospel-centered, Biblically faithful, and mission driven disciples of Christ.
Matt is a two-time graduate from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary (M.Div. and D.Min.), and obtained a bachelors degree in professional accountancy from Mississippi State. In addition to his pastoral duties, he writes about the Church and Gospel from time to time in his blog at matthaines.net.
Reuben was originally born in Harare, Zimbabwe. He met his wife, Edith at the University of Alabama in Birmingham in 1997 where he obtained his bachelor’s
degree in natural sciences and mathematics. He also earned his doctorate in dental medicine in 2004 and has been practicing dentistry ever since. Edith
is a veterinarian and currently stays at home with their two daughters, Joy and Jaida.
Reuben has a passion for dentistry and taking the Gospel to the ends of the earth. He has been on mission trips to Guatemala, India, South Sudan and Uganda. He has had the privilege of serving with Four Corners on missions and considers it an honor to serve Jesus as a board member.
Reuben and Edith are members of Crosspointe Church in Columbus, Georgia.
Royce and his wife Sandra live in Birmingham, Alabama. They began serving as full-time missionaries at Four Corners in 2012. Royce was the chief operations
officer at Uganda at Abaana’s Hope where he worked with missionaries, focusing on developing infrastructure, sustainable life skills, evangelism and
discipleship. In 2014 he began serving as president of Four Corners and continued in the role until July 2016.
Royce received a BBA degree from Texas A&M-Commerce in human resources management and served in various managerial positions in the pharmaceutical industry. Although semi-retired he still serves as the chairman and CEO of Cebert Pharmaceuticals which he founded in 1997. Royce and Sandra have a passion for making disciples of all the nations, having traveled to Africa, Central Asia and South America.
Taylor is currently the Children’s Pastor at First Baptist Church of Opelika. His journey with four corners began 7 years ago when he went to Uganda and visited the land that Abaana’s Hope is now situated on. He and his family went to Abaana’s hope in May of 2018 to expose his kids to the nations so they can see firsthand how God is working in people’s hearts around the world. He has a heart for seeing people walk in the ways of the Lord as a disciple and use every opportunity in life to point others to Jesus. He serves on the board of FCM along with his wife Tamara and their 4 children, Tristan (13), Tucker (10), Tanner (8), and Tatum (6).
Tim and his wife Amy live in Charlotte, North Carolina with their two young daughters. He is the managing director and fixed-income portfolio manager for
TIAA Investments. The couple had the privilege of traveling to Uganda in 2016 to meet the children they sponsor through Four Corners Ministries. There
they experienced first hand the amazing things God was doing at Abaana’s Hope.
They are also members of Calvary Church where they serve as leaders in the high-school department, children's ministry, and in an adult life group. Tim
has also served as a deacon and finance committee member.
Prior to joining TIAA Investments, he was an investment banker at Wells Fargo Securities where he focused on structuring mortgage securities, and prior
to that Tim was a managing director for portfolio management at Six Degrees Capital Management and New York Life Investment Management. Amy is a former
occupational therapist who currently works part-time with Calvary's outreach ministry for senior adults.
Tim and Amy enjoy international travel and look forward to visiting Uganda as a family in the near future.
Tommy is a lifelong resident of Opelika, Alabama. He and his wife Rebecca have become actively involved in the work of Four Corners after traveling to
South Sudan with the ministry’s medical mission team in 2010. Their hearts were broken by the physical need of the people, and yet encouraged by the
joy and faith the people had in Jesus Christ.
Tommy graduated from Auburn University in 1996 and has been a banker in the Opelika-Auburn area for 20 years. He is currently a senior vice-president and commercial loan officer with the National Bank of Commerce. Tommy and Rebecca are active members of the First Baptist Church in Opelika.
Yancy and his wife Joy went on their first short term mission trip with FCM in 2007. He was named vice-president of Four Corners in 2011 and served as board chairman in 2017 and 2018. In January of 2019 he accepted the board’s invitation to become President. Prior to FCM Yancy worked 20 years for Sysco as a Marketing Associate, District Sales Manager and Business Development Manager. Yancy and Joy have three children Emily, Jack and Julia. Yancy desires to use the life and gifts God has given him to serve and love our missionaries, staff and donors well as we seek to reach the hard-to-reach tribes of northern Uganda and South Sudan with the gospel of Jesus. You can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chief Finance Officer
Kim and her husband Thor live in Opelika, AL with their three sons, Max, Finn and Rece.
She joined Four Corners as financial manager in September 2012. She graduated from Auburn University with an accounting degree in 2006 and worked in the public accounting sector for six years where she was introduced to this ministry as a client. During her career she provided various accounting and tax services for non-profit organizations. You can contact her at email@example.com.
Angie joined Four Corners as fundraising and events planning coordinator in June 2016. She and her husband, John live in Auburn, AL with their dog, Butch.
They have a daughter, Allison Oliver, who is married and lives
in Daviston, AL.
She graduated from Jacksonville State University with a degree in elementary education in 1989. She taught for 25 years in the Randolph County School system. You can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stateside Director of CDP, WRC and Interns
Holly, her husband, Myron and their two children, Ryan and Rachel joined Four Corners in 2012 after feeling led by God to reach out to the people of Uganda.
They served as missionaries for three years at Abaana’s Hope. In May 2016 Myron contracted malaria which sadly led to his passing a month later. Holly’s
faith in God and love for the Acholi people have never wavered and she still serves at Four Corners at the stateside office.
Before joining the ministry she worked for the State of Alabama as an office manager for three different health departments for almost 22 years. She believes God blessed her with admin skills and that her love for the Acholi people will help her do her job to the best of her ability. She can be reached at email@example.com.
Stateside Director of Life Beads
Dana and her husband Alan are graduates of Baylor University and live in Waco, Texas. They are the parents of 4 children Hannah, Kaitlyn, Jonathan, and Lily. After serving alongside the Life Beads ladies at Abaana’s Hope in 2015, Dana’s heart was moved by the opportunity to help these ladies provide for their families. She returned to the states with a passion to tell the Life Beads story and introduce her friends to the beautiful jewelry these ladies create. Her passion and hard work led to an increase in sales and Dana was brought on board to direct the Life Beads program in June of 2017.