Jason and Wendi have been serving with FMWM in Asia since 2011. In July 2022, they moved to Chiang Mai, Thailand, and joined the Southeast Asia leadership team to assist in the region’s overall needs. Jason and Wendi will serve as strategic coordinators for love-driven justice and discipleship as they come alongside and support already established and newly emerging work in the region.
During their first year, their family will focus on transitioning well into a new cultural context. Language study will be part of this inculturation process, as well as seeking to make strong connections within the local Thai community.
Children: Malachi, Emmie, Elisha
Contact Jason & Wendi
- continued success in assembling their team of partners and co-laborers for the work
- the adoption of their daughter Shiloh to be completed
- a good first year of building friendships and relationships for everyone in the family
- growth in languages skills – through language classes and daily conversational use
- the ability to build strong relationships with local Thai people as they seek to love well
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