Megan Brown

Megan Brown

Women's Ministry Coordinator

All Her Paths Minisries


My road in life took a while to figure out.
First, I opened my home for a small group Bible study.
Then, we grew to over 100 participants and outgrew our space at the AF chapel.
Then, the group grew from 6 to 25 in a matter of weeks.
After managing the largest women's ministry on the coast and 15,000 in Gov funds, we moved online.
Then, when we reached 40 women, we partnered with the AF Chaplain Corp with a $4,000 budget.
Now, I teach locally and online. We have also built a new online community of 3000 MilSpouses.
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High School
Keller High School
Women's Ministry
Moody Bible Institute


Women's Ministry Coordinator

I help lost women achieve freedom so they can walk out their faith without fear.

Career Roadmap

My work combines:
My work combines:
Philosophy & Religion
Armed Services
Upholding a Cause and Belief

Day to Day

I am a military spouse, mother of four, ministry leader, and Bible teacher. I teach Bible studies on and around U.S. Air Force bases with the goal of getting women connected, to teach them to build community, and to share the hope they have in Jesus. If a student were to shadow me, they would watch as I compose expository messages to teach, upload previous lessons to our online forum, and participate in our weekly Bible study. I teach discipleship, mentorship, and "life on life" mission.

Skills & Qualities Beyond School

Beyond the pursuit of my Bachelor's degree in Ministry Leadership from Moody Bible Institute , there so many skills I had to acquire in the field. Things like empathy, listening to understand, and sharing the burden that comes with military mission work have to be learned.

Advice for Getting Started

Here's the first step for professionals

Becoming a military spouse is a complete life flip. Teaching military spouses (and active duty military members) to view this life as an opportunity to live perpetually on mission is the goal. The first step is to change their perspective on their current circumstances and to see the opportunities for change within them.

Recommended Education

My career is related to what I studied. I'd recommend the path I took:

Women's Ministry


The Noise I Shed

From Myself:

"Women's Ministry will be limited on larger platforms and sponsors are hesitant to work with faith based organizations."

Challenges I Overcame