Udell and Janet Meyers have ministered to our Armed Forces at home and abroad for 33 years, serving in the Philippines, Guam, England, Virginia, Illinois, and Florida. From 1999-2007 they ministered to Marines stationed at MCB Quantico, VA .
In June of 2020, while ministering to the military community at Pensacola Naval Air Station- FL, they sensed the Lord calling them to return to Quantico and resume the ministry they had previously conducted.
As in their previous tenure there, they frequently host Marines in their home, and primarily utilize a 2400 Sq. Ft. rental facility they call the “Rally Point”. It is situated in the heart of the liberty town and provides a spiritually wholesome place for the Marines to relax and enjoy refreshments, table tennis, darts, pool, table games, and play a variety of musical instruments. Wi-Fi, an audio-visual center, and study areas are also available.
Through their interaction with those who frequent the “Rally Point”, the Meyers have many opportunities to minister to the spiritual needs of their guests through informally providing Bible based counselling, sharing the Gospel when the Lord opens doors of utterance, and conducting Bible Studies and spiritually enriching DVD seminars and inspirational movies.
In addition to discipling and mentoring fellow believers, opportunities are provided for them to assemble and share testimonies, pray, and enjoy the blessing of Fellowship – I John 1:3-4.
As their ministry schedule allows, The Meyers extend the use of the “Rally Point” to other Military Ministry Organizations that provide services that are in harmony with sound Biblical Doctrine. They frequently co-labor with these organizations and conduct “Joint Operation Ministries” both at the Rally Point and on MCB Quantico.
In addition to conducting their ministry in the town of Quantico, they are authorized by the Command Chaplain to provide on base ministries that he deems appropriate. Chaplains and those who participate in the Chapel program are welcomed to utilize the “Rally Point” for meetings and other Chapel related activities. In addition to their participation in Chapel services, the Meyers serve on the Protestant Chapel Advisory Council.