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Bruce and Linda Wilson are missionaries in service assigned as the Work and Witness Coordinators to Costa Rica on the Mesoamerica region. They have the responsibility for overseeing the projects and teams on both the North and Central Districts.

Bruce and Linda Wilson have the privilege of being volunteer missionaries in the Church of the Nazarene. They have been working in the Mesoamerica region since 2011.

They are both graduates of Olivet Nazarene University. They are splitting their time between their home in Florida and Costa Rica. In Florida they are able to be near their parents and make visits to Illinois to see their two daughters and five grandkids.

Bruce is a second generation missionary having grown up as a Nazarene MK in Mexico, Guatemala, and in El Salvador. Linda is a retired elementary school teacher with 39 years experience with children, traveling on mission trips and bringing organizing and support to Work and Witness groups. She has a passion for the Costa Rican people, and loves working alongside W&W team members and the locals in the Costa Rican churches. Together they especially enjoy ministering and bringing together the family of God from Costa Rica and the USA to grow the Kingdom of God. Bruce and Linda are available to host Work and Witness teams from any district.

To know more about projects and opportunities to serve contact them online.


Facebook: Work & Witness Costa Rica @ workandwitnesscostarica

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The Church of the Nazarene is a Protestant Christian church in the Wesleyan-Holiness tradition.

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