Terri
Intellectual Property Manager / Trademarks & Administration

Terri is a TWR Missionary Kid. She first went to the field of Bonaire with her parents, Duane and Millie Gow, in 1969. She and her late husband, Tony, served short term in Monte Carlo in 1982 and 1983. They also served one year in Swaziland, Africa. In 1987, they went as career missionaries to the island of Bonaire until Tony’s death in 2000.

In 2008, she returned to the Cary, NC office where she works as part of the IPR (Intellectual Property Rights) team. She manages the trademarks for TWR's global ministry. The IPR team helps TWR navigate the licensing and copyright issues for the content we distribute.

Terri became a grandmother in 2013 and she is very much enjoying this new chapter in her life, especially since both Benjamin and Cort's families live nearby.

Terri attends Peace Presbyterian Church in Cary. She works with an ESL conversation class at NC State, helping the international students feel more at home in the US. She continues working with a mentoring ministry to encourage the younger women in their roles as wives and mothers.

 

Prayer Letters

Prayer Requests

Pray for wisdom in my work. IPR intersects with so many areas of the global ministry of TWR. We desire to protect the intellectual property of our many broadcasters and media partners. Sorting through all the details of these relationships can be challenging.

Prayer Requests

Praise that my family lives so close by. After being on separate continents from my parents for so many years, I love having them just down the street. I'm thankful that I am close enough to help them deal with the various health issues they are encountering in their 80's.

Prayer Requests

Pray for developing friendships in our ESL outreach at NC State. I really enjoy spending time with these international students, helping them feel more at home in the US.