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Emergency Fund

When you give to the Emergency Fund, you are supporting Bible translation workers in their times of greatest need. Through your gift, a Wycliffe member will experience support, regain health, and receive encouragement.

Retirement Fund

Increase your impact: your gift to this fund provides a matching amount of up to 50 per cent for active staff members who contribute $100 monthly to our retirement group plan.

Bill grew up in Chad, Africa, where his parents served as missionaries. He attended Moody Bible Institute, completing the mission aviation program, then moved to Edmonton, Alta. to work in aviation. Donna grew up in Fort Nelson, B.C. and Whitehorse, Yukon, and completed Bible courses at Briercrest Bible College and Capernwray Bible School in Germany. […]


Neil and Val, both from Western Canada, joined Wycliffe Canada in 1982-83 because they believed that all people need the Word of God in a language that speaks to their hearts. They lived in West Asia from 1985 to 2004, doing dialect survey, leading the team of Wycliffe workers, and working alongside a small national […]


Inspired by Wycliffe’s vision of having Bible translation started for every language that needs it by the year 2025, Belinda wants to be part of this endeavour for God. She has begun writing an exegetical summary on the Book of Acts and currently serves on the Chinese Diaspora Engagement team, advocating for Bible translation needs […]


Based in Wycliffe Canada’s Calgary office, Chris and Brenda Coffyn are Wycliffe missionaries helping to open the book on God’s love around the world through a unique video ministry. Chris serves with Wycliffe Canada as chief cameraman, producer and director, while Brenda assists him in various capacities in her role as administrative assistant. Chris and […]


Ken and Cheryl grew up in southern Ontario and met at the University of Waterloo. After their marriage in 1982 they moved to Ottawa, where Ken worked in high tech and Cheryl taught high school French until she began homeschooling their three children. God opened the door for them to use their gifts with Wycliffe […]


Although Wanda grew up in Washington state, she now calls Langley, B.C. home. Her husband, John, was from Vancouver, B.C. They met in Nairobi, Kenya and were married in January 2001. John went to his heavenly home in 2015. Wanda began working with Wycliffe immediately following graduation from college. She began in Mexico and later […]


Did you know there are more than 450 languages spoken in Nigeria? Steve and Sonia have been serving in Nigeria since 1991, equipping Nigerians to be engaged in Bible translation and language development. They are currently based in the U.S. while Steve pursues U.S. citizenship. Steve grew up in Ontario’s Kitchener-Waterloo area. He met Sonia, […]


Wayne and Valerie serve at Wycliffe Canada’s head office in Calgary, where they support the huge task of translating the Word of God into the languages of the world that don’t have it yet. Wayne helps in custom website programming and design. Val serves part time in member care, assisting Wycliffe missionaries from all over […]


Moss is from Mission, B.C. and has been a Wycliffe Member since January 2015. He is enthusiastic about language and wants to help people hear and read God’s Word in a language that makes sense to them. He enjoys the technical work involved in analyzing languages, and the beauty and artistry imbued in every language and […]


Rebekah is from London, Ont. and serves in Papua New Guinea (PNG) as a linguist, translator, ethno-arts specialist, and translation consultant. She joined Wycliffe in 2006, while studying for her master’s degree in applied linguistics and exegesis. After graduating, she began working in PNG in 2009, and served from 2010-2013 as an adviser to the […]