My parents taught me to love the Lord and modeled faithful service in the church from my youngest memories. As I grew older and personally committed my life to Christ, I had a growing desire to serve in missions. When I was in high school, I put a map of Africa up on the wall next to my bed and began to pray. The Lord providentially directed my steps and increased my vision, culminating in our family being commissioned and sent out as missionaries to serve in Cameroon in 2002.
In 2017, Aaron was asked to direct the Tyndale Center for Bible Translation at The Master’s Seminary. He taught courses in Bible translation, exegesis, and linguistics. In 2022, we joined Horizons International to serve in translation in Cameroon and Chad.
Our desire is to elevate the name of Christ through the faithful translation and proclamation of the Word of God.
Growing up in a Christian home in Korea, I saw my parents and grandparents faithfully serving the Lord. Thanks to their example, I placed my faith in Christ and from a young age desired to serve Him. After graduating from college, the Lord directed my heart toward missions and the ministry of Bible translation.
In 2002, my husband and I were commissioned by our home church, Grace Community Church, and sent out under the auspices of Wycliffe Bible Translators. We served primarily in Cameroon until 2014.
We are blessed to have three girls: Rebecca, Ruth, and Rachel. Our youngest, Rachel, is in high school.
I am eager to see the Gospel go forth and the Word of God translated.
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The Lord preserved my life and sustained our family through my first difficult years of life. As I shared in the first part of my testimony, God redirected my parents from the mission field to service in the States. When I was only a few months old, my dad accepted a call to serve as…
I was born in Daegu, South Korea. When I was 8 years old, my family immigrated to the United States. Ever since I can remember, I went to church with my family. I heard about Jesus and believed in Him at a young age. My parents had family devotions every day. So, I followed their…
When I was born, the doctor knew something was wrong. My lips, fingers, and toes were blue. The doctor told my mom that I was a “wet baby”. I didn’t have the strength to nurse and keep down my milk. My birth weight was a mere 5 pounds 13 ounces, but by the time my…
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