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Since joining the ministry of TWR, I have noticed several families where there are multiple generations of missionaries.  While there are many factors that might steer a child into missionary service, I'm sure that growing up and watching his/her parents live out authentic lives of faith has to play a role in the decision.  I have no doubt that was the case for Daisy Marsh.

Click here to learn about TWR's current work in North Africa

(Photo of Tom Streeter)