Family: wife Pam
Jeff began serving as District Superintendent of the Ohio Valley District in the summer of 2020. In 1985 he began his ministry journey which has seen Jeff serve as a youth pastor, associate pastor, and senior pastor in Pennsylvania, New York and Ohio, as well as the District Superintendent of the Central District (WV and eastern OH). He has a bachelor’s degree from Nyack College and a master’s degree from Indiana Wesleyan University.
Jeff and Pam both grew up attending Christian & Missionary Alliance churches, met at Nyack College in NY, and were married in 1986. They have two daughters, Andrea and Stephanie. Andrea and her husband Josh live in Indianapolis, IN and Stephanie and her husband Gus live in Muncy, IN. Jeff and Pam enjoy hiking, reading, exploring new towns, museums, laughing, old movies (Pam) and sports (Jeff).
Director for Multiplication
Family: wife Susan and three children
From birth, Brian grew up knowing little else than the C&MA way of seeing the world and ministry. He was a Midwest boy living in Central Ohio with a high priority on Ohio State and Cleveland sports. He met his wife Susan when they were in Jr. High and started dating her the year after High School. They eventually married a few years later.
Desiring to succeed in business, he graduated from Taylor University with an Accounting Systems degree and spent 10 years as a Commodities Accountant. He was promoted to a corporate office in Fort Wayne, IN. where they raised their three children. This is also where God eventually called him to change some of his priorities and profession. He was hired on staff at the Alliance church his family was attending and attended Grace Theological Seminary where he received a Masters in Ministry.
The Scotts then led a replanting endeavor which gave birth to two additional international plants. Brian also served with Dwight Smith and Saturation Church Planting International mostly working with leaders in East Africa and India. In July of 2016, he the Ohio Valley District staff serving as Director for Multiplication.
Family: husband Richard and two children
Carolyn grew up in rural Western Kentucky and has served in various roles of administration. She grew up in a Baptist Church and was introduced to the Alliance in 1994 where she served as part of the core group African American church plant in Nicholasville, KY alongside of her husband Richard Manley who served as the assistant pastor. It was in the Alliance that she truly developed heart for ministry and experienced a deeper need and love for the lost.
After moving to Michigan and living there for 6 years, she returned to Lexington, KY and sat under Pastor Steve Elliott’s teaching where she realized she knew she’d returned to her “home” in the Alliance. She and her husband have been members of FAC, Lexington, KY since 2009 where she and her husband serve as lay shepherds. She also serves as a leader of the worship team, is active in her Life group, and volunteers where needed. She now serves as the Executive Assistant to the Ohio Valley District C&MA office.
She attended college at Western Kentucky University, married Richard in 1981, has a son Lynn who is married to Kelsey and lives in Nicholasville, KY and have given her a great joy of 2 grandchildren named Noah and Jeremiah. She also has a daughter, Taylor who works in the public school system in Kalamazoo Michigan.
Administrative Assistant & District Missions Mobilizer
Family: husband Kendall
Katy grew up in Texas and moved to Kentucky in August 2015. She has a backgroung in the Methodist/Wesleyan Church but was introduced to the Christian & Missionary Alliance soon after she came to Kentucky. Katy and her husband, Kendall, are on a team that planted New City Church in downtown Lexington, KY through the C&MA and have loved being a part of the C&MA family. Katy is passionate about and has a background in administration, intercultural studies/missions, and hospitality.
Katy felt the call to ministry her sophmore year in college at West Texas A&M University. She then married Kendall in 2015, who was also called to ministry. This led the two of them to Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore, KY where they both graduated with their Masters.
Currently, Katy & Kendall live in downtown Lexington, KY and continue to serve their community. Kendall works full-time managing a co-working space in downtown Lexington, on top of being an entrepreneur and serving in the church. The couple is currently in the process of adoption and hope to welcome home their first child soon! Katy senses that the Lord is “just getting started” on their journey and is excited to see how the Lord uses her in His ministry.
African-American Ministries Coordinator
Family: wife Eleanore and two children
Dr. Ron Ballard is the Founder and pastor of Christ Community Bible Church in Dayton, Ohio. He founded the Pastors Legacy Ministries and is the Founder and President of Home Ministries Incorpo- rated. He hosts and is the Bible teacher on WTJC-TV in Dayton, Ohio.
Dr. Ballard received his bachelor from Detroit Bible College and his Master and Doctorate of ministry from Bethany Theological Semi- nary. He was ordained at Trin- ity Baptist Church in Detroit, Michigan in 1981.
He’s a member of the Association of Christian Coun- selors and has been a Counselor for Federal and State Prisoners at Christian Guidance Center in Detroit and a Youth Guidance Counselor at Detroit Afro-Amer- ican Mission. He is a Part-time Counselor, as well as a part-time History teacher at Dayton Christian Schools.
Dr. Ballard and his wife, Eleanore have two children, Christian and Ronald II.
Paul and his wife Becky grew up in Western New York near Niagara Falls. They both graduated from Roberts Wesleyan College in Rochester and then relocated to Nyack, New York for Paul to attend The Alliance Seminary. It was shortly after his 1styear of seminary that Paul was called to serve as a chaplain at Lincoln Hall, a residential treatment center for adolescent youth, in Westchester County across the Hudson River from Nyack. The proximity to the seminary allowed Paul to continue study for the Master of Divinity degree, graduating in 1987. In 1988 the family moved to Ohio for Paul to participate in a year of Residency in Clinical Pastoral Education at Riverside Methodist Hospital in order to transition to hospital chaplaincy.
Following the Residency Paul served at 2 Columbus Ohio Healthcare systems. While in the hospital setting Paul became a Board Certified Chaplain with the Association of Professional Chaplains in 1992. Much of his hospital ministry emphasized ministry to critical care patients in the Intensive Care Units and the Emergency Department. Ministry to cardiac patients was also a specialty.
On September 1, 2017 Paul retired having completed 40 years of service with the C&MA as a full-time institutional chaplain. In retirement Paul continues to serve the C&MA as the Ohio Valley District Institutional Chaplain Coordinator. He also serves as a Contingent Staff Chaplain with OhioHealth System in Columbus.
Paul and Becky live in Gahanna, Ohio. Their two daughters, sons-in-law and 7 grandchildren live in nearby Westerville, Ohio.