About Allison

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Now in her 38th year of full-time ministry, Allison Ware is convinced that her most effective, purposeful work is now! Engaged in English Language Evangelism Events in Ukraine for nearly half the year and in the follow-up of her students via the internet when she is in America, Allison sees hundreds of young adult professionals and university students come to Jesus Christ each year.

Having given her life to God for full-time Christian service when she was a young teenager, she attended Oklahoma Baptist University for two years and subsequently graduated from Baylor University with a degree in Music Education. Following her graduation from Baylor, Allison married music evangelist Connie Ware and together they served God in revivals and Gospel concert ministry for 26 years. They ministered from coast to coast in the United States and in eight different countries of the world.

Allison homeschooled their sons Collin and Jonathan and the family travelled in a 42 foot travel trailer from church to church so that the boys could use their strong musical gifts effectively in ministry with Connie and Allison.

Following Connie’s death from cancer in 2000, Allison sensed God’s strong leadership to continue in ministry. She began speaking and leading worship in women’s meetings across the United States, as well as continuing to share in concerts and to lead praise and worship in revival meetings.

Since 2004, Allison’s primary ministry has been overseas missions work – ministering in word and song in Latvia, Ukraine, Moldova, and Morocco. Working with Evangelists Michael and Jan Gott, she has the joy of being personally involved in the lives of scores of young adults each year, and seeing the transforming power of the Lord Jesus Christ at work in their lives.

“The spiritual saint never believes circumstances to be haphazard, or thinks of
his life as secular and sacred; he sees everything he is dumped down in as the
means of securing the knowledge of Jesus Christ…The aim of the spiritual saint
is ‘that I may know Him.’”

Oswald Chambers…

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