Over the last 25 years, TWR Canada has been instrumental in building a transmitting station in Benin and a studio in Venezuela, introducing Project Hannah to Africa, delivering the Gospel to Cuba, supporting ministry in Quebec, bringing Seminary on the Air (SOTA) to China, launching the worldwide web radio program Radio Organic for Chinese young adults, and sending dedicated missionaries to serve throughout the world.
Whether you're a journalist, broadcaster, techie, engineer, web designer, a family, a couple or single, with or without technical experience — there's a place for you at TWR Canada. Currently, there are over 80 Canadian missionaries serving around the globe with TWR.
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Missionaries Currently Serving:
Ray Alary, President TWR Canada
Ray began serving with TWR Canada in 1985 on the Caribbean island of Bonaire as a diesel mechanic and electrician. Ray is passionate about sharing the Gospel with the world. He lives with his wife, Sandy in London, ON. Ray is available to speak to church and community groups about the ministry work of TWR Canada.
Kirk is serving in Johannesburg, South Africa in radio production, organizing and coordinating production
training events for locals in remote locations. Kirk recently married Rachel, a full-time TWR on-air personality. They're asking for prayers for Rachel to obtain her Congolese passport, and Canadian Visitor Visa so they can visit Canada together.
Ju Hong (Tracy)
Tracy has served with TWR for the last two years in China writing, editing, preaching, leading Bible studies, and assisting the Director of China Ministry Development as needed.
Hannah is from Alberta and is serving in Johannesburg, South Africa on a two year assignment. She is working as an Assistant Graphic Designer. She asks supporters to pray as she learns to handle a recent diagnosis of hypothyroidism, to stay focused and work diligently, and for her plans to visit Canada in February 2014.
Kevin and Lynn Baker
Kevin and Lynn are returning for a three year term to Bonaire where Kevin will serve as an Antenna Rigger, climbing and maintaining (and painting) the four towers, each 479ft tall, to ensure they stay in good condition and broadcasts can continue uninterrupted. Lynn will be busy hosting guests, serving in the office and helping as needed in radio programming. They are thankful to have their Bonaire residency permits approved and the financial gifts that have allowed them to return to Bonaire.
Brian and Yvonne Bueckert
The Bueckerts, from Yorkton, Saskatchewan, went on a one month missions trip to Swaziland in 2012. They are exploring the possibility of doing short-term mission trips with TWR on a regular basis. While in Swaziland, they assisted with some of the computer needs using their extensive experience as computer technicians.
Rick and Carol Hawkins
The Hawkins have been serving with TWR in the European Region for 20 years. Rick serves as the Computer Systems Administrator for the Netherlands office, is responsible for Internet security, and provides training on office applications. Carol coordinates radio program scheduling, and European sponsorship of broadcasts within TWR regions.
Latest Update: The Hawkins have returned to the Netherlands after a short trip to Canada.
Greg and Ingrid Clarke
Greg Clarke has served with TWR since 1995 as a technician first in the Caribbean and then Europe. For the last 7 years, Greg has worked in South Africa at the Africa Regional office in Johannesburg maintaining studios and playout equipment. Greg and Ingrid have two children. They are at home in Calgary, AB on furlow for four months. They ask us to pray for the kids and their new environment, for support needs, safe travels in winter, and for their transition back to South Africa.
Jeremy and Heidi Mullin
Jeremy has served with TWR on the Caribbean island of Bonaire, in Europe, and now works out of the TWR Canada head office as the Media Support Specialist. Heidi is busy at home with 3 children, but makes time to volunteer in the office. They ask supporters to praise God that Maddy's Eczema has been cleared up, for Heidi's chiropractic care, and for Jeremy as he continues his computer system support role in the office.
Steve and Barbara Shantz
Steve is Chief Information Officer for TWR International.
Latest Update: They've been working on 2 projects they're asking you to praise God for. The TWR360 site is up and running -- a portal in several languages offering content from broadcasters such as David Platt, Michael Youssef, Project Hannah and others. In July "Hope For Syria", a 30 minute broadcast in Syrian Arabic, began airing, and there's already been some amazing responses. Barbara has been busy speaking and teaching about fundraising in India.
McDaniel and Blossom Phillips
McDaniel and Blossom have served with TWR Canada since 1984 serving on Bonaire, in Cary, North Carolina, Singapore, and in January 2013 returned to Canada to serve in the TWR Canada head office. McDaniel will be providing oversight for the development of a new discipleship/training project called Discipleship Essentials. His primary role is as liaison in the development of ministry partnerships necessary for producing a program series in 27 languages. It's estimated to take five to ten years to complete this project.
Nathan and Megan Dunlop
The Dunlops are planning to begin serving on Guam in early 2014. Nathan will serve as the Content and Traffic Manager managing program scheduling, audio file trafficking, and ingestion to automated play out network for multiple radio stations at the TWR Guam transmitter. Nathan and Megan have three children: Ashlyn, Lindsay, and Corwyn. They are currently in Canada finalizing plans for their move to Guam. They ask supporters to pray as they continue to raise support, for their children preparing to adjust to a new life in Guam, and to fill their calendar with opportunities to share about their work and TWR.