Kim & Marc Wyatt
Hometowns: Durham, N.C. (Kim); Boone & Hickory,
N.C., Clearwater, Fla.,
Birmingham, Ala. (Marc)
Kim and Marc Wyatt have been Cooperative Baptist Fellowship field personnel since 1996, serving in Thailand and Canada. The Wyatts have been married for 28 years and have two children, Rebecca, age 22, who is a graduate student at the University of Pennsylvania, and Jon Marc, age 19, a student at Gardner-Webb University.
Kim and Marc began their service in Canada to assist with the start-up of Matthew House, a new refugee and resettlement ministry in Toronto, Canada’s largest city. This later led to engaging the start-ups of eight Matthew Houses as well as other newcomer ministries across Ontario and Quebec.
In July 2014, the Wyatts relocated to the Research Triangle, an eight county region with a population of approximately 2 million people surrounding North Carolina’s capital of Raleigh.
In the Research Triangle, the Wyatts resource and mobilize churches as they discovered their international neighbors and share the Gospel in culturally-appropriate ways. In this ever-changing day of global migration, the new “foreign mission field” just might be your own home town. From their “Jerusalem” to the “utter most parts of the world and back,” the Wyatts have circled the globe as CBF field personnel to now be on mission in their home state. They seek to empower the efforts of churches, mission organizations and individuals — reaching out to refugees, immigrants, international students, visiting scholars and their families as well as those caught in modern-day slavery, the victims of human trafficking.
• 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