Why we are here to serve you


Calvary Provision Foundation supports the ministry and mission of Calvary Baptist Church in helping people set their hope in God and engage in the mission of God in the specific areas of missions activity, Christian education, and capital needs.


Officially we are organized as a Section 501(c)(3) charitable organization (a Section 509(a)(3) supporting organization of Calvary Baptist Church). All assets of the foundation are managed by institutional investment advisors and guided by sound investment policy of the Board. We also partner with WaterStone Christian Foundation for certain trust services, and we partner with PhilanthroCorp and the NC Baptist Foundation for donor and estate planning services.

Our audited financial statements are available for your review. Please contact Melissa Hobson for a copy of our audited statements.


Bob Boone
Bob Boone joined Calvary in the early 80’s and has served as a youth Bible Fellowship teacher, a deacon, Chairman of the Missions Committee and various other roles.  He is involved with Calvary Provision because he wants to see our members involved in generosity that is directed to ministry passions God has inspired.
Jacque Daniels

Jacque Daniels completed her 34-year professional career with Novant Health in 2016. During her tenure, she served in a variety of leadership roles including oversight of Human Resources, Information Technology, Real Estate, and Construction. Jacque enjoys serving as Nina to four special grandsons, one of whom is a student at Calvary Day School. Jacque has always been drawn to the biblical teachings of generosity and has consistently been guided by those principles in her giving. She sees serving on the Calvary Provision Board as a unique opportunity to use her passion to serve God and his people.

Phil Grande

Phil Grande and his wife Amy have been actively involved at Calvary since 2008, serving as a deacon, Bible Fellowship teacher, and on various committees. Phil is a financial planner and works for a local regional bank. Phil is excited to reconnect with Calvary Provision’s efforts to help facilitate people’s generosity to further God’s Kingdom.

Ellen Gregg

Ellen Gregg and her husband Mike Lebo have been part of the Calvary family since 1988, helping spread the good news of Jesus Christ through various ministries of the church.  They believe in the power of generosity for both individual spiritual growth and Kingdom service.  In her professional career as an attorney ( now retired), Ellen litigated cases at all levels of state and federal courts and advised Fortune 500 companies on complex mass tort litigation management practices.  In her professional, law firm leadership positions and law school teaching roles, she focused her efforts on servant leadership.  Ellen’s motivation for service on the Calvary Provision Board is to help others find the joy of Christian stewardship and generosity.

Josh Hanes

Josh Hanes and his wife Becky have attended Calvary West since 2009. Josh is currently serving as a Deacon and has been a Bible Fellowship Leader since 2015. He previously served on the Missions committee and participated in the Perspectives on the World Christian Movement class that was hosted at Calvary in 2018 as a student and as part of the leadership group in 2019. Becky and Josh have three children, who are home schooled. Josh is a commercial banker with Bank OZK and has worked in financial services for 20+ years. Becky is a leader in the homeschool co-op that their children attend. Josh believes that Calvary Provision is a critical component of Calvary’s mission to help people set their hope in God and engage in the mission of God.

Brent Hicks

Brent Hicks and his wife Rhonda joined Calvary after moving to the Triad in 2010 and their three children have all attended Calvary Day School. Brent has served as a Deacon, bible fellowship teacher, Day School Committee chair, and on other church committees. Brent has spent much of his career in banking and works for Truist Bank (formerly BB&T). Brent is excited to help steward God’s resources to help others through Calvary specifically related to missions, Christian education and capital needs.

Alan Temple

Alan, and his wife Amy, have been members at Calvary since 2001. Alan has served as a deacon at Calvary and both have served on various church committees. Their two children have attended Calvary Day School since preschool. The couple seeks to serve God by being good stewards of God’s resources and supports Provision’s mission to help others do the same.

Jesse Watson

Jesse Watson grew up going to Calvary and has been attending Calvary West with his family since 2013. He is currently serving as a deacon and Bible Fellowship leader. Jesse has previously served on the Calvary Day School board, Davie County Young Life committee, and the Novant Health Clemmons Medical Center Foundation board. Jesse has spent his career in the architectural millwork field and is the president of his company. He is excited to work with Provision in supporting God’s Kingdom through the ministries of Calvary and Day School.

Ron Wellman

After nearly 27 years leading the Wake Forest University athletic department, Ron Wellman retired as Athletic Director on May 1, 2019. He has since been inducted into the Wake Forest Sports Hall of Fame and the North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame. Additionally, he was named a Homer Rice Award recipient in 2020.

Wake Forest’s accomplishments under Ron’s leadership include five team and seven individual national titles, 22 ACC championships and the renaissance of our athletics facilities, along with over $400 million raised in philanthropic support for athletics. During his 27 years, Wake Forest won 22 ACC Championships and five NCAA team championships as well as seven individual national titles.

Born in Celina, Ohio, Wellman earned his undergraduate degree from Bowling Green State University, where he was a pitcher on the baseball team. After receiving a master’s from Bowling Green, he joined the faculty and coaching staff at Elmhurst (IL) College in 1971, serving as head baseball coach, assistant basketball and football coach and associate professor of health and physical education.

The Wellmans have 10 grandchildren including Connor, Riley and McKay (Angie and Tim); Cole, Sam, Anna Kate and Molly (Nicole and Kevin); and Miller, Emme and Hank (Melissa and Ben).

Calvary Baptist Church and Calvary Day School’s goal of spreading the gospel and winning souls for Christ as well as the growth of both institutions will require financial support.  Provision will play a critical role in achieving the goals of the church and school.


Joe Lineberry

Joe Lineberry has been actively involved at Calvary since 1977, serving as Church Treasurer, a Deacon, a Bible Fellowship teacher, and in various other roles. He has been Executive Director of Calvary Provision since 2017. In his career, he worked as a CPA and business consultant. Joe enjoys seeing donors’ God-inspired ministry passions realized through the services of Calvary Provision.

Dr. Don Mann

Dr. Mann founded Provision and served as its Executive Director and Pastor of Stewardship for Calvary until he retired from pastoral ministry in 2017. He specialized in gift planning for families and businesses.

Melissa Hobson

Melissa Hobson became a member of the Calvary Provision staff in 2022 as Ministry Assistant. Prior to joining Provision, she served as a church Lead Pastor’s assistant. Melissa believes everyone can achieve a life of generosity and be good stewards of the resources God has given to each of us.