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John and Juanita both grew up in Alberta. They met at Southern Alberta Bible Camp in 1986 and were married shortly afterward. John worked for many years in engineering and project management and Juanita looked after the home and their four children, living happily in Alberta and not imagining any major changes. However, around 2003 they began […]

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Larry’s involvement with Wycliffe goes back to 1974, when he was in Mexico for a one-year term. He worked as a member of the computer department, where he developed a life-long passion for the Bible translation ministry.   After completing his bachelor of computer science, Larry and his wife Sharon joined Wycliffe in 1976 and […]

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Danny has served with Wycliffe Bible Translators since 2003. He and his wife, Ranette, have two boys, Josiah and Isaac. The Fosters began serving in Tanzania, where they helped implement language development and Bible translation projects for 19 indigenous communities through two language cluster projects. In 2010 Danny became the director of training and development […]

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Derryl and Karen were both born in Canada but have lived their whole lives as global citizens all over North America, the South Pacific, Africa and Southeast Asia. As young children, both Derryl and Karen moved with their parents to Mexico for Wycliffe’s iconic jungle camp training and then moved to grow up together in […]

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Marvin and Edith joined Wycliffe in 1995 when God opened their eyes to the fact that there were many languages in the world that did not have the Bible in their own language. “Can we help somehow?” is the question they asked of their friends, Wycliffe Canada missionaries Hart and Ginny Wiens. Since that time, […]

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Members of Wycliffe since 1983, Bill and Lori worked with SIL in Africa for 19 years, in Central (Congo-Brazzaville), Southern (Mozambique) and Eastern Africa (Kenya), training Africans in linguistics for Bible translation, literacy and Scripture Engagement. They now train students in linguistics and language learning with Wycliffe’s training partner, the Canada Institute of Linguistics (CanIL), […]

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Gail was born in the Netherlands and as a girl immigrated with her family to Thunder Bay, Ont. In 1995 she moved with her Ethiopian husband to Addis Ababa. Her husband Yonas worked for the Mekane Yesus Lutheran Church while Gail worked for a non-profit American adoption agency to support the needs and opportunities of […]

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Brandie and her family are originally from Windsor, Ont. and joined Wycliffe in 2001. They spent 11 years serving with Wycliffe’s main field partner, SIL, in Asia. During that time, Brandie served as a medical consultant, co-ordinator for new member orientation, contingency co-ordinator, and also in member care. In 2015 they returned to Canada, where […]

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Dan grew up in Brampton, Ont. and Melody in Campbellton, N.B. They were married in 1988 and worked in ministry in Canada for a number of years, including six years in a Baptist pastorate. The Groves joined Wycliffe in 1996 and began working in Cameroon, Africa in January 2000. They were asked to begin the […]

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Jeremy and Judy Haasdyk are MKs – “missionary kids” who both grew up in Africa.  Judy’s parents worked with Africa Inland Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Jeremy’s parents served with Wycliffe in South Africa. They met at Briercrest Bible College while completing undergraduate degrees, Jeremy in biblical studies and Judy in […]

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