Born and raised in Alberta, Canada, both Nathan and Megan Dunlop now find themselves on the other side of the world serving with TWR in South Africa. Although Africa was not their first choice of destinations, the Dunlops decided to take the step of faith in making the move. The verse Joshua 1:9 kept showing up in perceivably “random” ways, like on the wrist of the nurse who administered their vaccinations. This gave them comfort and confidence in their decision to follow where they felt the Lord was calling them...
United in their love for Africa
Staff Story: The Kimbers
TWR is thrilled to have a seasoned missionary couple, Graham and Jean Kimber, and their two young daughters, Jessica (6) and Bernice (4) join the TWR team in Swaziland.
"We were very encouraged at the way the Lord prepared the way for us to work with TWR," says Graham.
Missions work has been a theme in their lives since their love story began. They first met in the early 1990s when they were both working as missionaries in the Seychelles, and they later married in 2006.
Providing Ministry Opportunities for Students
It's the Summer Holidays! This is something that University students always look forward to. However, for some students, they want to use this 'free time' to exercise their skills in the field of their relevant studies, but not just anywhere. They want to use what they have learnt in the Missions Field to serve God. TWR provides an internship program that gives students, who are at least two years into University, an opportunity to work according to their field of studies in various regions around the world. While out in the field, they'll get to work on various projects with a Mentor who will also be their Father/Mother figure while away from home.
Jonathan Crook, 23, was an intern who was into his fourth year of studying Mechanical Engineering at LeTourneau University in Texas...
MARVELLER & STEWARD OF GOD'S CREATION
Staff Story: Matthew Burnett
"If I can't walk outside for the day then I am in the wrong line of work."
Put on your good walking shoes, a hat, and grab your binoculars! If you're visiting Matthew Burnett, of TWR West Africa, you'll need to be ready to spend lots of time outdoors!
Meet Matthew Burnett. He may have grown up with missionary parents, but isn't your typical missionary. Matthew is active, practical and loves the outdoors. He is a short term (one year) missionary serving at the TWR transmitter station in West Africa. He began his mission in January 2013 and will be there until the end of 2013.
Meet Hannah Pops
Hannah Pops never imagined herself as a missionary. She didn't think it was something she could do. "I mean, I'm not educated as a pastor. I'm not Amy Carmichael. I'm not that great with apologetics. Actually being a missionary always seemed a bit daunting," says Hannah, who moved from Edmonton, in Alberta, Canada to join TWR in their Africa Regional Office in September.
Hannah is a missionary with a twist; she has joined TWR as assistant graphic designer. "I work in an office and design stuff! It's awesome. I love the impact TWR has in Africa, I love what I do and who I work with and most importantly: Who I'm working for."
This talented young graphic designer embraced the challenge of raising her own financial support to move to South Africa. Only 22 years old and one of nine children, Hannah's desire is to touch people's lives with the love and the goodness of God.