• Brion & Annette Kendzora

    Serving with Ethnos360 in Florida.

    Their desire is to see the Word of God change the lives of tribal people who previously never had access to it. They are currently working at the Florida office of Ethnos 360. Brion and Annette have three children - Eli, Jonah, and Liviana.

  • John & Bonnie Nystrom

    Serving with Wycliffe Bible Translators in Florida.

    For 25 years the Nystroms have served in the coastal village of Arop, Papua New Guinea. They recently returned to the US to care for aging parents, but continue to work with the translators there via the Internet.

  • Zak & Laura O'Leary

    Serving with Wycliffe Bible Translators in Papua New Guinea.

    Zak and Laura (with Anna and Ty) recently began serving in Papua New Guinea. They plan to be involved in Bible translation and Literacy, helping to give Papua New Guineans the opportunity to read the Scriptures in their own languages.

  • Jerry & Sue Pfaff

    Serving with Wycliffe Bible Translators in Papua New Guinea.

    Since 1988 Jerry and Sue have been working with the people who speak the Nali language on Manus Island in Papua New Guinea. Currently they are also training others so that people from over a dozen more languages from Manus Province, PNG, can work together on Bible translation and language development in their own languages.

  • Waller & Mary Tabb

    Serving with Wycliffe Bible Translators in Florida.

    For 17 years the Tabbs served in eastern Africa, mostly in Uganda. In 2007 they returned to the United Sates where Waller works as a translation consultant to Ugandan translation teams. He works with them remotely using the internet and by making several trips to Uganda each year. They hope to see the New Testament published in five Ugandan languages by 2016.

  • Tim & Beth Wood

    Serving with AIM International in Mozambique.

    Tim and Beth serve in a church called Vision in the Word of God, focusing on discipleship and teaching. Tim also teaches at Sofala Bible Institute on the BA degree programm. Beth works on translation projects in the Cindau language, producing Bible study material and children’s Sunday school lessons. Their passion is to encourage healthy churches and strong families.