The Corbin Family
Allen and Mallory Corbin live in Atlanta, GA and 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 sectors of the agricultural industry and
a couple of years in the family grocery business. Mallory was a fourth 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 and in February 2016 Allen and Mallory made a trip to Abaana’s Hope where God began to work in their hearts to stay there full time. They have a heart for discipleship and want to be used by God to help people understand their identities more and reveal the glory of God by 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.
The Hagins family
David and Jessica are moving from Huntsville, AL, where they have lived for the last 10 years. They met while in school at Auburn University. David and Jessica have 5 girls, Ella, Addison, Trinity, Charlie, and Anna. David and Jessica first visited Uganda in 2012 and since then, their hearts have been softened towards the people of Northern Uganda and South Sudan. The Hagins family accepted God’s call to join Four Corners Ministries in 2019, with plans to move in September of 2019. David, a graduate from Auburn University in 2004, and his father owned and operated The Melting Pot Restaurant in Huntsville, AL for the last 10 years. Jessica has her PhD in Biology from Auburn University and is currently educating their daughters at home. The Hagins have been foster parents to many children over the past 8 years, and they are active members in their church. They are being sent by their church Summit Crossing Community Church in Huntsville. Their desire is to be a part of God’s plan to see the gospel proclaimed to the nations.
The Mobbs Family
Kristopher was raised in Atlanta, Georgia and Julie was raised in Nashville, Tennessee. They met at Samford University where Julie attained a business
degree and Kris a religion degree. After marrying in 2002 they moved to Texas for Kris to attain his Master of Arts in Christian Education
from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Following seminary Kris served as a stateside pastor and church planter for over 12 years.
They have 5 kids: Chase, Cooper, Zoe, Matthew, and Jethro. They are members of Lakeview Baptist Church in Auburn, Alabama.
Kris served as FCM president for a short time before he and Julie answered God’s call to return to Northern Uganda to continue the work from the ground. Julie has a passion for discipling women and community outreach. Kris oversees the FCM missionary team, Pastor Training Center, refugee camp outreach. Together they also plan and organize all visiting teams that come to serve at Abaana’s Hope. Julie and Kris are driven by a passion for Gospel clarity and aim to see many Ugandan and South Sudanese brothers and sisters mobilized to proclaim the gospel among the nations.
The Payton Family
Jamie and Sheri are from Enterprise, Alabama. They first met at Fort Rucker, Alabama while serving in the military and were married in 2003. They have
3 children, Vanessa (21), Jacob (15), and Samantha (12). Jamie, a native of Alabama, retired from the Army in 2012 and for 2 years served as a Pastor
for Administration and Bible Studies in Enterprise while Sheri served on the Missions Committee and with the Women’s Ministry. Jamie is a graduate
of Liberty University with a bachelor’s degree in Religion. Sheri served the Army for 22 years as an Air Traffic Controller, first as a soldier, and
after separating in 2003, as a civilian. They are blessed to be members at Ino Baptist Church in Kinston, Alabama.
The Payton family has been serving at Abaana’s Hope since September 2016. Their desire is to be obedient to God’s call to take the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the lost world. For the past few years they have been blessed to witness the transforming work of the Gospel in the hearts and lives of the people living around Abaana’s Hope and among unreached people groups living in Northern Uganda. God has allowed them to be a part of many different platforms of ministry from the Child Development Program to the Women’s Refuge Center Program to various opportunities to preach and teach the Word of God bringing Gospel clarity to an area in desperate need of the truth. They are overjoyed and humbled at the privilege to be able to serve God in Northern Uganda as part of the Four Corners family.
The West Family
Holly and her husband Myron from Alexander City, AL joined Four Corners in 2012 and became full-time missionaries in Gulu, Uganda in 2013. They married
in June 1992 and had two children, Ryan and Rachel. The family assisted with the planning and daily operational management of the various Abaana’s
Hope ministries. In 2016 Myron contracted malaria which sadly led to his passing a month later.
Before joining the ministry Holly 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.
Holly’s faith in God and love for the Acholi people have never wavered and she still serves Four Corners at the stateside office. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.