Connect with Global Workers and Partners

You can support and build relationship with women and men serving cross-culturally. Whether from Canada, or elsewhere, we support these workers and partners in Jesus' mission. Near or far, you can make a difference.

Host Global Workers and Partners in Canada

Showing hospitality is an incredible way to bless others. When Global Workers and Partners are among us, you can have an amazing impact through opening your home, helping with logistics, transportation and the like.
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World Partners Cares

Global Workers from EMCC churches receive resources, investment and care from World Partners, so they can participate effectively in Jesus' mission. Learn More.

Strengthen Your Participation

Global Workers (or Missionaries) develop and maintain their own support networks, but World Partners is here for advise, tools, and ideas to strengthen those relationships. 

Read more in our Charter Agreement Template.

Royer, Kent & Brenda - Wycliffe Bible Translators

Kent and Brenda have served with Wycliffe Canada for 25 years. They served in Cameroon from 1996 to 2004, and have served in Personnel and Administrative roles since 2004, including directing the EMCC Whispering Pines camp from 2006-2007 as a secondment from Wycliffe. In January 2008 they accepted Finance and Administration roles at the Canada Institute of Linguistics and served there for twelve years. Kent now serves as the Travel Risk Manager for Wycliffe Canada, advising members through Risk Assessments about the risks of traveling and serving in their country of assignment.  Our people are our most precious asset, and having them well informed in this era of quickly changing risk environments is crucial to their personal safety and decision making.  He represents Wycliffe Canada on the SIL Global Security Risk Management team. He is also serving as Response Team member on the international Child Safety team, and working into the role of Child Safety Officer for Wycliffe Canada. Brenda has been on a Leave of Absence since suffering a severe concussion in February 2022. Her recovery is progressing, and her leave ends in the spring of 2023.