Global Woman Highlight | Wendy Case

Posted on: July 09, 2015 Written by
Global Woman Highlight | Wendy Case
           

My name is Wendy Case. My husband is a Bible Translator and Church Planter. I do secretarial/administrative work, formatting portions before printing, and content checking portions being translated. We lived among the Northern Tepehuan people group in Chihuahua, Mexico for thirty years.

Five years ago when we moved into the city and I added a couple days a week in the field office doing reception/secretarial work, which I truly enjoy. Sometimes I accompany my husband when he travels for the field leadership team and get to spend time with the ladies. Our home in the city is open for hospitality, which can be a night stay or a meal for a global worker or indigenous person when they visit the city. God has opened a door for me with the women’s ministry at our local church. I love seeing women walk in truth.

Please pray for Tepehuan speakers to be available for completing the translation project when we return to Mexico. Once that project is done, God can move us on to other ministries.

Please pray for me as my job description could change when we return to the field after home assignment.

Please pray for openness and staying tuned to what HE has for me and our future.

 

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