Linking the Canadian Church with the world's minority language groups, to see community transformation through Bible translation, use of translated Scriptures, mother-tongue literacy and education.

Prayer Ticker!

Staff ProfileFull Profile


Joy Pruden

Ministry Focus:
My Projects

Follow Contact


Your financial gift to the work of Wycliffe staff supports Bible translation and literacy efforts around the world.
Donate Now Online

PhotosSee All

Joy's Profile

I teach Third Culture Kids (TCKs) at Rain Forest International School in Yaounde, Cameroon.  TCKs are young people who have spent a significant part of their formative years living outside of their passport country.  By spending my life nurturing and instructing TCKs, I support parents in the pursuit of their calling to international service and Bible translation.

Joy's Blog


RFIS High School Retreat

February 16, 2018

I have just returned from our annual high school retreat.  Every year the ninth through twelfth grade students and selected staff travel to another location and spend time interacting with each other ...

Read More Comments: 0

Happy New Year & Good Beginnings

January 30, 2018

We have completed three weeks of the second semester, and things are really humming.  It seems like the second semester is always fuller and busier than the first.  I am so thankful for a good break o...

Read More Comments: 0

Finding Community in a Different Culture

December 18, 2017

Since I came to Cameroon in 2011, I have been occasionally asked about where and how I worship and how God meets my spiritual needs.  Some aspects of spiritual health are the same no matter where we l...

Read More Comments: 0


October 31, 2017

On October 20 the first “quarter” of the school year finished.  Since our break needs to adjust to allow students to take the PSAT (Practice SAT), a test which helps them prepare for tests which help ...

Read More Comments: 0

He Knows!

September 15, 2017

We have been back in school for a few weeks, and I am enjoying my classes.  We have also had a very unusual and sometimes challenging start to our year.  It is almost impossible to decide when the cha...

Read More Comments: 1