Greg & Allison JaloszynskiGreg & Allison Jaloszynski

Both Greg and Allison hold degrees in Physical Education, and bring energy and charisma to the ministries in which they take part. While in college, Greg worked at a retreat and conference center during the summers. There, God instilled a passion in Greg’s heart for camp and sports ministry and, it’s important to note that he also has quite a repertoire of camp-pranks!! God has gifted Greg with leadership, organization, and management skills, while Allison balances out this dynamic duo with being slightly more “random.” She brings a creative mind and compassionate heart to everything she is involved in with the ministry.

Greg and Allison have been married for 17 years and have three young men. Kyle, Nate, and Evan are typical boys who love to build forts, climb trees, bug each other…uh, I mean LOVE each other, and hone their athletic skills. They are unique in many ways, but united by their servant hearts and love for Jesus. They are true gifts from God. All three are pumped about spending time with the children who attend 12th Rock camps and participate in all of the Upward Sports and Upward Stars programs.

God has truly blessed Greg, Allison, and the boys. From bringing them all through Allison’s cancer and Kyle’s diabetes diagnosis, to bringing this passion for using sports in children’s ministry, to life. God is alive and moving in their lives. They pray that God will move in yours, as well!
Email: Greg’s- & Allison’s-

Mark family photoMark & Danielle Jaloszynski

Having been blessed with 15 years of marriage and raising three children; Isaac age 12, Lynnaea age 11 , and Ryan age 10, we have seen the wonderful and miraculous workings of God in our lives. Mark and Danielle have a passion to see children’s lives changed with the knowledge of the unconditional love of Jesus Christ. Both also share a passion for sports. Mark and Danielle have been coaches and referees for the last 12 years within the Upward Sports leagues. What a true joy it is to see the face of a child radiate when they make their first basket or score a goal.

If you can’t find Isaac, just look up about 30 feet in any tree and you might be able to spot him. If you can’t find Lynnaea, she’s a chameleon. She’d be either of two places: playing princess dress-up in her room or getting soaked and muddy in the nearest stream. It’s not hard to find Ryan, A.K.A. “Captain Destruct O.’ Just follow the trail of debris. If you can’t find Mark, just check with your local Fish & Game Department and see what’s in season. If you can’t find Danielle, look in the local coffee shop. You’ll find her behind the latest novel from Karen Kingsbury or Beverly Lewis, sipping a steaming cup of French Vanilla Coffee.

Email: Mark’s- & Danielle’s-


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