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"My Dad spoke very highly of several extended family members who were missionaries," says Dave Fisher remembering back to his childhood.  "It seemed to me that this was the most exalted position that you could possibly aspire to."  Later, God used those early missionary seeds planted by his dad to call Dave into his unique position as a missionary scientist and editor for "Truth in the Test Tube."  Personally, I don't know what God has planned for my two boys, but as a family, we are reading, watching, and listening to missionary biographies, and we're taking advantage of opportunities to spend time with TWR missionaries from around the world.  Like Dave Fisher's father, I want my boys to have a heart and passion for missions and to view the missionary profession as a high calling from God.

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(Photo of Dave Fisher)