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Steve Wiebe-Johnson

Regional Co-Administrator for Europe and Africa

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Steve Wiebe-Johnson serves as Mennonite Mission Network’s director for Africa. In this capacity he relates to international workers and partners in 10 African countries.

Steve and his wife, Dorothy, were involved with mission work in West Africa beginning in 1988. In Benin, Steve led the program of theological education by extension that emerged from the Institut du Benin (Benin Bible Institute).  Dorothy served as a consultant and trainer at Bethesda Health Center in Cotonou, working with staff to develop and implement a training program for health workers within local independent churches.

When they moved to the Ivory Coast, Steve became the West Africa coordinator for the former Mennonite Board of Missions.

The Wiebe-Johnsons make their home in Elkhart, Ind., and attend Prairie Street Mennonite Church.  They have two sons: Julian lives in Charlottesville, Va., and Michael and his wife, Liz Wiebe, live in Elkhart. 

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