Everette Albrecht and his wife Sharon live in West Lafayette, IN.
Everette serves as the Midwest and International Trainer for WDA. He works directly with Purdue University students including serving as the Chaplains Adviser at Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity. In addition, he assists leading a weekly Bible study named “Alpha Fellowship” which is made up of men from Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity and women of Alpha Chi Omega sorority, as well as others that join in occasionally. Everette disciples men at Purdue and equips them to grow in their walk with Christ, lead a weekly Bible study, and share the gospel with other men.
Everette also serves in the Men’s Leadership Group at Covenant Church in West Lafayette, IN. He consults with the church leadership to implement discipleship concepts as well as co–leading a men’s Bible study and a “Restoring Your Heart” group using WDA resource tools.
In International Ministry, Everette serves on the Executive International Team with WDA and teaches Discipleship Training Seminars in locations including but not limited to Mexico, Brazil, and El Salvador.
Everette and Sharon have four grown children who have been a big part of their lives. They now have an empty nest and spend vacation time visiting their adult children and grandchildren.
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Mary McKeever is on WDA full-time staff at Purdue University.
Meeting with international students and visiting scholars from China is Mary’s primary focus on campus. Purdue has over 5,000 students from China!
She has established many contacts through the Purdue International Friendship Program and is among the leaders of the Covenant Church ministry to internationals.
Mary serves on the Executive International Team with WDA, planning the current and future direction of WDA international ministries. She teaches WDA Discipleship Training seminars in Africa every other year since 2006. One or two others join her on these missions trips to help teach and interact with the participants.
Throughout her many trips to Africa, she has developed a network of discipleship relationships with African pastors and leaders in Kenya and Uganda. She assists some of those leaders by coordinating some basic material support for them. Relationships with those pastors and leaders continue between visits via frequent internet communication.