Go into all the world
Assisting churches to take an active role in missions
President, Church Missions CoachMatthew was rescued by Jesus when he was twenty-three. Shortly after, he found himself in Ghana, West Africa on the first of what would be many ventures to the mission field. That first trip, Matthew says, “ruined me for anything less than a life lived for God’s global purpose.” In 1993 he began serving at Calvary of Albuquerque, in New Mexico, where he attended and graduated from their School of Ministry. He worked as the missions pastor at Calvary for nine years, developing and launching a strategic church-wide missions ministry. There he founded an international short-term mission ministry called LifeLine Missions that gave thousands across the country the opportunity to experience the mission field firsthand. Through these ministry opportunities he became extensively involved in short and long-term mission endeavors in countries around the world. Now, he devotes his time to serving local churches across the country by coaching them in strategically focused missions and helping them to discover and use their unique gifts in partnership with others to make Christ known among all nations. Matthew is the Chief Ministry Officer and co-founder of Sixteen:Fifteen, and currently lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico with his wife, Renee, and their three children, Matthew, Caleigh and Landin.
Founder of Sixteen:Fifteen
Vic Jury, the Founder of Sixteen:Fifteen, saw the vision of coaching churches to success in their Great Commission calling in 2002. He and several other men, including Matthew Ellison, with similar passions and vision, joined together to begin the ministry of Sixteen:Fifteen.
Victor Jury, Jr. is President and Chief Executive Officer of Summit Electric Supply Company, Inc. He & his family live in Albuquerque, New Mexico. A leader in professional and community organizations, he serves as Chairman of the Board of Directors for Accion, New Mexico; serves on the Board of Directors and is Chairman of IMARK Group, a member-owned marketing organization representing companies with combined sales of over $6 billion; serves on the Board of Directors for the local Chapter of American Red Cross, and serves on the Board of several other local organizations.
Co-founder of 30 60 100 MINISTRIES
Dalton Jantzen is co-founder of 30 60 100 MINISTRIES with a 40+ year career in experiencing the Lord’s power in the mission fields of Colombia, in para-church ministry in North and South America, Europe, and Southeast Asia, and as a consultant in corporate America. He and his wife Vicki just celebrated 42 years together and share the passion of seeing a generation of believers fully equipped to challenge their culture and make common Christian complacency obsolete.