Roger and Marylyn Reeck – The Reecks have worked as missionaries for Wycliffe Bible Translators for years translating and supervising the translation of the Bible into several languages. Although Roger and Marylyn have settled in Honduras, Roger is currently working with one language group in Brazil, two in Venezuela, and two in Guinea Bissau as he meets with particular ethnic group translation committees going verse by verse to check for accuracy and complete understandability of the translations. Marylyn works with Wylcliffe’s partner organization, the Trauma Healing Institute, as facilitator and trainer in Honduras, Venezuela, and Guinea Bissau while supervising the production of materials for the Miskito language of Honduras and two Venezuelan Indian languages.
Fernando Sabio – The Sabios serve in making disciples that make other disciples through pastoring a local church, doing leadership development, and church planting among Garifuna people in Honduras.
Luis and Juana Gramwell – The Gramwell’s, natives of the Miskito Indian region of Honduras, live in La Ceiba, Honduras. Luis pastors Bethel Church, teaches in the university, is a facilitator/trainer in the Trauma Healing Institute, and is a member of the denomination’s National Board. His wife Juana works alongside of him and continues to excel in Early Childhood Education.
Stephen and Erica Switzer – The Switzer’s live in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, and run Embraced International. Embraced International partners with the Honduran welfare office to serve the most vulnerable children and families in the San Pedro Sula region. Through their various programs, they work to empower at-risk families and provide solutions such as foster care for children when their biological families cannot care for their children.