Kim & Marc Wyatt

Wyatt Marc and Kim

Location: Research Triangle, N.C.
 
Commissioned: 1996

Kim and Marc Wyatt have long been involved in engaging displaced peoples with holistic ministry. The began their work as Cooperative Baptist Fellowship field personnel in 1996, serving in Thailand and Canada. Learning and applying a posture of hospitality, they assisted with the start-up of Matthew House, a refugee and resettlement ministry based in Toronto. 
 
In July 2014, the Wyatts' missional journey brough them back to their home state of North Carolina to continue working with those living as strangers in foreign lands in the Research Triangle, an eight county region surrounding Raleigh with more than 2 million residents. The Research Triangle includes a critical density of refugees, immigrants, international students, visiting scholars and their families, as well as victims of human trafficking — people, made in the image of God, that are all too often overlooked. 
 
Kim and Marc are stewarding their gifts and experiences to strategically connect, resource and mobilize area churches and Christians to love their international neighbors and share the Gospel in culturally-appropriate ways. Connect with the Wyatts and learn how you can make disciples of the nations in your own community.

Related stories:
CBF field personnel launch ministry in North Carolina's Research Traingle
• 2013 February/March fellowship!: Starting over
 
Related media:
• Photos: Wyatts serve in Canada 
• Photos: Welcoming Refugees Into God's Family

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