Former Wesleyan World Missions missionary to Indonesia passes away.
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Rev. William “Bill” Morgan served as mission director for the South Africa field for Wesleyan World Missions.
Daniel M. Hyde recounts his years as a missionary in Jamaica and how God calls those who serve him.
Affectionately known as “Bob,” former missionary Rev. Robert Smith is remembered as a “great prayer partner and friend.”
Grace Duda, a Wesleyan World Missionary of three decades, passed away. Her translation of materials and resources allowed many in Africa to read of God’s love for the first time.
After a total of 27 years as a nurse in bush hospitals and clinics in Africa, Betty Freeborn retired as a missionary, but continued to serve as a medical professional in Arizona.
Dr. Marie Evatt, distinguished former general director of Wesleyan Women, passes away after a lifetime of faithful service.
Pioneering missionary to Colombia and Puerto Rico, Norva Crosby, a founder of Wesleyan Academy, did not fully retire from ministry until age 99.
A faithful missionary to Zambia for more than 30 years, Rev. Ed Wissbroecker returned to the country he loved even after he retired.
Rev. Harold Johnson and his wife, Edna, served in Japan with Wesleyan World Missions for 37 years.
Rev. Paul Meeks, a retired, ordained minister with The Wesleyan Church and former missionary with Wesleyan World Missions, has passed away.
A missionary couple with Wesleyan World Missions (now Global Partners) has passed away within a week of each other.
A former General Secretary with Wesleyan World Missions, Dr. Wayne Wright lived a life of faithfulness and commitment to the Lord that began at age eight.
Lois Downey Traugh loved people and was known for her smile, her joy, and her total faith in God. Years ago, her family served with Wesleyan World Missions in Brazil, Guyana, and Suriname.
One did not have to be around her long to sense the presence of God in her life. She was full of kindness, wisdom, passion, and love. Her concern for the lost was touching. Her prayers touched heaven.
Ermal Wilson is remembered with gratitude as a missionary statesman and as a man of prayer and deep passion for Jesus Christ. All of his children followed him into the ministry in The Wesleyan Church.