Growing up on a busy dairy farm in Wisconsin, Marnie's family regularly attended church, and she went to a Christian school. While in high school, Marnie repented of her sin and asked Jesus to be her Savior.
Marnie graduated from Bob Jones University in 1995 with a B.S. in special education. After college, God placed Marnie in a Christian school and church ministry with a family who was preparing to go to Cameroon. During a furlough, they suggested Marnie pray about homeschooling there.
The Lord allowed Marnie to teach missionary children in Cameroon from 2008-2010. He also gave her a burden for the African people. A second trip there for the 2013-14 school year, followed by six months in a restricted access nation, solidified that burden.
After teaching for 10 years at Kettle Moraine Baptist Academy in Whitewater, WI; 6 years at Heritage Christian School in Frankfort, IL; and almost four years in Africa,
Marnie has been privileged to help prepare the heart's soil in the lives of many young people. She have been actively involved in each ministry, teaching Sunday school, assisting in the youth groups, and seeking to give the gospel and make disciples through one on one Bible studies.
Marnie believes God has prepared her to continue this same work on a foreign field. Her desire is to be reach the millions of unreached souls in Cameroon through involvement in the church plant ministry, teaching Bible clubs in her neighborhood and bush villages, and conducting children's and ladies' Bible studies.
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