Mark and Megan Mantey

Serving the Lord in Uganda


 

Bio

Mark and Megan Mantey serve the Lord through The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS) as missionaries in Uganda. Mark serves as the project manager for the seminary, managing the financial aspects of it and collaborating in the creation of a long-term business plan. As an instructor of Christian education and counseling, Megan teaches classes at the seminary and advises in its program development. Mark and Megan are also grateful to be involved in the daily life of the local community and the Lutheran Church of Uganda (LCU). Through these interactions, they build partnerships that assist the LCU to share the love of Christ and proclaim the Gospel.

Mark has roots in Wisconsin and Iowa but grew up in Wilmington, N.C. He studied economics at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. Prior to being a missionary in Uganda, Mark worked for 20 years in a family business, primarily as the vice-president of sales. When Mark is not working, he enjoys watching DIY programs for whatever project he is thinking about at that moment. He and Megan also like exploring new places together, as well as finding humor in everyday situations.

Megan (Flannery) was born in southern California and grew up in different parts of the western United States. She received her bachelor’s degree in Christian education and her Director of Christian Education (DCE) certification from Concordia University, Portland, Ore. She earned her master’s degree in mental health counseling from Campbell University, Buies Creek, N.C. Megan was a DCE in North Carolina and Virginia, as well as a mental health counselor, before serving in Uganda. Besides exploring new places with Mark, Megan enjoys opportunities to spend time with people and having authentic conversations.

Prayers

Pray for the Manteys as they serve the Lord’s people in Uganda through their roles in project management and teaching. Ask God to give them wisdom and discernment in their work and in their relationships with the national church and the local community. Pray that they can share Christ’s love, mercy and joy with others. Let us give thanks that the Manteys are serving in Uganda.

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Additional Information

  • Birthdays:
    • Mark - Feb. 28
    • Megan - Dec. 31
  • Wedding Anniversary: May 26
  • Home District: Southeastern

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