Andrew and Miriam Wingfield
Serving as EI Country Representatives in Tanzania since 2005.
Andrew and Miriam are based in Iringa where they lead a team working on various projects in partnership with the Anglican Diocese of Ruaha. They are also overseeing the development of EI in Tanzania. They are sent and supported by their home church Union Baptist in High Wycombe.
They have three children: Benjamin (born 2007), Sam (born 2008) and Bethany (born 2011).
Tim and Rachel Monger
Tim and Rachel are EI Regional Representatives in Mwanza and are based there with their two daughters, Amisadai and Louisa. They are currently establishing a new partnership with the Tanzania Assemblies of God, seeking how best to serve the local church and rural areas in the Mwanza region.
The post regular updates to their blog “What’s Cookin’ in Tanzania” and Amisadai and Louisa, who are currently homeschooled by Rachel, have their own blog “Amisadai and Louisa’s Adventures in Africa”.
Serving in Pader, Northern Uganda with EIUK since January 2012.
(Tom is on home leave from Dec 2013 to March 2014.)
Tom is working in support of the Community Health Empowerment project. This is about developing people to find solutions to their health and social problems using the resources to hand, coupled with an equally strong emphasis on personal and community transformation through coming to know and follow Christ.
Tom also bringing a ‘Pads Ministry’ to local schools in order for the girls to understand and accept their periods. Girls are issued with washable pads and underwear, many of them for the first time. Alongside this support we teach from the Bible about the importance of each girl to God.
Tom has a strong interest in the Deaf and has learned Uganda Sign Language. He interprets for some of the local Deaf in church, does a lot of ‘listening’ and helps to interpret for them in the community when they have need. He is training up local church members to help when he is not around.
Tom writes about life in Pader in his blog Munu Muti and other adventures.
John and Samuel Naudé
John is working with the Evangelical Baptist Church of Malawi (EBCM) Bible School. EBCM is the local church which EI has partnered with in Malawi. The Bible College provides training for pastors over a period of two years. John’s gifting in church leadership, developing people’s gifts and pastoring means he has a lot to offer. Samuel is attending a local international school, Sir Harry Johnston. He is very happy in this small and friendly-looking school, teaching from an English curriculum and he has the opportunity to make friends from around the world!
John has been Vicar of the Church of the Good Shepherd (an Anglican Church) in Crookhorn, near Portsmouth for nearly 6 years before going to Malawi. Prior to being ordained in 1997, John was a disability consultant.
John and Samuel post updates on their blog The Naudé’s African Adventure.
Sadly, Belinda passed away while serving in Malawi. Please pray for John and Samuel.
Sue Fallon and Linda Fitzmaurice
Sue is General Manager of the EIUK office.
Originally from the UK, Sue worked for over 20 years at our Headquarters in Stouffville, Ontario just outside Toronto. She co-ordinated our Training School which all our workers attend and was the Finance Administration Assistant at Head Office. She was also Youth Pastor to 4 local churches.
In 2005 Sue felt God calling her to return to England to join the UK Team in Chichester. She took up the post of Operations Co-ordinator and was appointed General Manager in 2006.
Linda is Personal Assistant to the General Manager.
She is originally from South Africa and has settled in the UK with her husband and son. She started working with EI in 2006.
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