Wendy Lorenz serves the Latin America Area as the care coordinator for Third Culture Kids (TCKs), working with missionary kids and parents throughout Latin America. She also gives direction to the Free Methodist TCK global team. As an additional responsibility, Wendy serves as a member of the team contextualizing the Roots curriculum for use throughout Latin America.
After six years of serving in Latin America, Wendy’s husband, Glenn, began serving as the Africa Area Associate Director in October 2022. His role focuses on recruiting, onboarding, training and coaching missionary teams for Africa. Glenn and Wendy continue to base in Costa Rica.
Children: Libby, Isaac, Jakin, Ellie
- Third Culture Kids (TCKs) to find their primary identity in Jesus
- God’s spiritual protection for TCKs
- God’s truth to prevail in the hearts and minds of our TCKs
- the Roots curriculum to be effective in discipling future leaders who will always seek God and His Kingdom first
- Wendy and Glenn’s four children to develop healthy independence and confidence and have wisdom in their future plans (college, career, marriage, ministry)
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