Entrusted Ministry Staff


Betsy Corning
Founder & Executive Director

Betsy Corning has devoted her life to the dual cause of discipleship and family life. Her calling to ministry began in her college years when she and her husband David received extensive training in biblical discipleship through their involvement with the Navigators Ministry

Betsy is a registered Occupational Therapist and is the Founder of Entrusted Ministries. She has extensive experience in biblical counseling as well as over 35 years in various positions of church leadership.

Her published work on parenting and family life, Entrusted with a Child’s Heart was first shared with the Moms’ ministry at their home church in 1999 and has since been distributed across the country and around the world, including several foreign language translations.

Betsy and her husband share a passion for building the body of Christ, family by family. They are the parents of three grown children and the grandparents of eight. 


Nancy McDonaugh
Director of Operations

Nancy has been a part of Entrusted from the very beginning as a participant in the first class Betsy taught back in 1999. She has led several Entrusted groups over the years and has a passion for strengthening families.

"The biblical principles of Entrusted have had a huge impact on my family personally. That is why I feel so passionate about helping others implement this curriculum in their church or neighborhood. I have found that most young moms truly desire to be a godly wife and mother, but many of them honestly don't feel equipped for the job. The biblical teaching of Entrusted with a Child's Heart gives them the tools they need."

Nancy has been married to her husband, Jim, for over 25 years and they have two grown children.


Joan Wagner
Administrative Assistant

Joan has been working with Entrusted Ministries since 2006, when she responded to a need for volunteers. Joan and her husband, Paul have been married over 30 years. They live in Lakewood, IL, where their six grown children and nine grandchildren keep them very busy.