Kim & Marc Wyatt

Location: U. S. Pacific Southwest Border Region

Hometowns: Durham, N.C. (Kim); Boone & Hickory,
N.C., Clearwater, Fla.,
Birmingham, Ala. (Marc)

Commissioned: 1996
In support of CBF Global Missions’ ministry among the most neglected, Kim and Marc work to empower the Kingdom efforts of churches, missions organizations, and individuals who seek to minister among internationals along the Pacific Southwest Border Region of the United States. The Wyatt’s coordinate strategies for reaching these internationals — refugees, students and immigrants enslaved by Human Trafficking.
"These refugees, immigrants and other internationals certainly count among the worlds most neglected — people with great needs and few resources. They seek welcome and friendship as they arrive. Some need to be rescued from their captors. Many have need for the basics — shelter, food and clothing, for example — and they often need help learning English or filling out paperwork necessary to stay in the country. They also have the need to hear of Christ and the love of his people, as many arrive from countries with little or no access to the Good News of Christ’s love.”  

Related stories:
• 2013 February/March fellowship!: Starting over
• 2011 June/July fellowship!: Wyatts practice hospitality as they minister in Canada's cities
• Wyatt's ministry broadens with transition to new city 

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