Oh! The Places We'll Go
First met in Cameroon
We arrived in Cameroon within weeks of each other and met in our orientation class. Megan came to Cameroon to teach missionary kids, and Alex came to give technology support for Wycliffe.
Alex finished college
He returned to Dartmouth after Cameroon to finish his degree in computer science. Afterward, he moved to Maryland to fulfill his scholarship contract.
Megan began literacy training
Having learned more about how crucial literacy is for people to access translated Scripture in Cameroon, she decided to help children to read so that they can read the Bible. To train for her new position, she enrolled at the Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics in Dallas, TX.Read more
We saw each other again for the first time since Cameroon—that's two years!—while Alex was visiting his family in Dallas. As we considered dating, we quickly saw God's shared vision for us.
Alex joined Wycliffe
Knowing his skills in software design would help to speed Bible translation, Alex applied to Wycliffe. The application process took several months, but Megan was excited at Alex's acceptance.Read more
Took the required basic training with explanations about Wycliffe and preparation to communicate about our Wycliffe ministry.
After months of research and networking, we found great jobs for both of us in Nairobi, Kenya. Megan plans to serve as a Language and Education Consultant, and Alex as a Language Technology Consultant.Read more