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Jacqueline Hainaut, better known as Jackie, was born of missionary parents in the Belgian Congo (now DRC) and her parents immigrated to Quebec in 1968. It was while Jackie was at Bethel Bible Institute in Sherbrooke, Que., that she heard a presentation on Wycliffe and Bible translation, and was totally fascinated by it. She joined […]

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Nora grew up in Whitehorse, Yukon, and joined Wycliffe in 2017. She is a graduate of the Canada Institute of Linguistics, Wycliffe Canada’s training partner, and has undergraduate degrees in English literature and library sciences. She loves books and languages. Nora is preparing to join the Mara Cluster project in northern Tanzania as a lexicographer […]

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Marko, originally from Thunder Bay, Ont., and Pauline, a physiotherapy student from Ireland, met in Calgary in 1993, were married in 1996 and joined Wycliffe Canada in 1999. They both trained at the Canada Institute of Linguistics in Langley, B.C., where Marko graduated with a master’s degree in linguistics and exegesis. Sharing a desire to […]

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Cam is from Ryley, Alberta, and Valerie is from Richland, Washington. Cam joined Wycliffe in 1995 and Valerie in 2000. They have three children, Noah, Elly, and Jojo. Cam and Valerie are part of a large team assigned to a cluster of 10 related languages in Cameroon, called the Ndop Cluster. The team’s goal is […]

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Derek and Kristie’s desire to serve the Lord was nurtured from childhood, having both been blessed to grow up in strong Christian homes. Derek grew up in Temiskaming Shores and Timmins, Ont.  Kristie grew up near Brantford, Ont. On a missions trip to Ukraine in 1998, Derek decided that Bible translation was how God wanted […]

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Jeff and Lenice are originally both from Saskatchewan (Saskatoon and a farm near Swift Current).  They joined Wycliffe Canada in 2002. The Harms first went to Indonesia in 2004, where Jeff served as an aircraft mechanic. Lenice did some linguistic work, but was primarily at home in the early years, caring for their children.  Now Jeff […]

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Furthering Bible translation through training the next generation of language workers at CanIL Larry has been with Wycliffe Bible Translators for more than 30 years. Kim knew she wanted to be involved with Wycliffe since early elementary school! Kim and Larry met at Oregon SIL—a Wycliffe training school—in 1986 and have been married since 1990. They […]

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Chris works part time for Wycliffe Canada’s IT department, providing computer support for “remote” workers who, like himself, work from their homes and not in Wycliffe’s Calgary office. He is a backup administrator for the new email and apps system and does consulting and support on the servers and network in Calgary. The rest of Chris’s […]

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Justin grew up in Saskatoon, Sask., while Tammy grew up in Chilliwack, B.C. and later (junior and senior high years) in the Peruvian Amazon as a Wycliffe missionary kid. This prairie boy and jungle girl met at Canadian Bible College in Regina, Sask. Their shared interest in South America and their desire to serve in […]

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Tom moved to Canada from the U.K. in 2008 with his wife Esther and infant daughter to join the language software development team based in the Calgary office, with the goal of supporting the translation of God-breathed Scripture for those who do not have it.     He primarily works on development and maintenance of Paratext, a […]

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