Afonso & Becky's primary investment is in the national and regional leadership of the church, to encourage and equip them to understand and experience what discipleship is.
Ken and Carolyn Benson have been mission workers with World Partners since 1998, and are presently serving many groups in the "Mission-sending and care" community, through MissionPREP.
The Braggs remain actively involved in mentoring and walking together with First Nation leaders, supporting and encouraging them as they lead their communities and seek to follow Jesus.
Dan & Anne-Marie provide oversight for and leadership to the pastoral training of pastors for our Mexican partner denominations, help prepare and care for new and returning missionaries with MissionPREP, and advance relationships with partner denominations across Latin America.
Bota came to Canada in 2007 to study accounting and management, and God opened the door for her to join Wycliffe's home office in 2008 as a finance specialist.
Rob and Sharlene are travelling alongside Indigenous Peoples and building paths with communities and our Creator, Jesus Christ. They have served since 2012.
Phil and Carolyn support the training and mentoring of pastoral leaders in Mexico, and build community with Mexicans.
Jérôme and Catherine have been together 10 years, and met at Café la Mosaïque. They love to build community and help people to discover and follow Jesus. They have the privilege of having 2 daughters and a son: Jeanne, born in 2016, who is really creative, and Anaïs, born in 2019, who loves people and food, and Éli, born in 2021, who is just beginning his journey in this world.
Shaun is Chief Operating Officer for Ethnos, focused on the goal of reaching the unreached with the Gospel.
J & R are building relationships with newcomers in their context in Ontario.
Marilyn serves in the capacity of Project Manager, Health & Community Development for EMCC. She's been serving since 2003.
Kent and Brenda have served with Wycliffe Canada for 25 years in various roles. Currently, Brenda is serving in a Member Care Personnel role and Kent is serving the Risk and Safety assessment department.
Jerry & Carol are serving with Embassy Canada Connections, which is a ministry of evangelism and discipleship with Members of Parliament, Senators, foreign ambassadors and business executives.
Ethiopia Kale Heywet Church, and their Development Commission, have been in partnership with EMCC for 20 years. Living out the integral mission of Jesus (both evangelism and social responsibility), they have a deep commitment to holistic outcomes for individuals and communities.
Herlynda is our Global Partner, the Representative of our partner denomination, L'association des Eglises Missionaires (AEM). She coordinates the efforts of the denomination bringing transformation to their communities in Jesus' name.
Pastor Charles Kinyanjui began New Fishers of Men Ministries in Kenya in 2005, with a handful of people. Together, they live lives of blessing and inspire people to follow Jesus and love their neighbours.
Alex & Rachel are founders of Abba's Home Ministries, working in Madagascar with the aim of spreading the good news of Jesus and working with children.
Tej gives leadership to this movement in Nepal. From 4 members in 1997, to hundreds of followers of Jesus in churches across the country, SARA models a movement built on prayer, inviting people to know and follow Jesus, and loving their neighbours.
To learn more of his story, click here.
The Wiens train and mentor leaders throughout Africa in the Farming God’s Way tool as well as lead the Inundo Development Model Farm. They have served since 2009 with World Partners, and are now part of the global SIM network.
Karen is involved in a ministry to at-risk children and teens and their families in partnership with a local church.
Abe and Diane focus on training and advising leaders in a partnering Ukrainian Church, offering Workshops like "NLFM Master Class" and assistance in their mission.
Pamela has worked with many different language groups across West Africa, helping them develop writing systems, often for the first time, and providing training for national translators.