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Dale and Glenna Dorothy

After a missionary service at Vennard College (Iowa) in 1965, Dale Dorothy couldn’t wait to tell his fiancée that he had gone to the altar to pray that night and felt God calling him to the mission field. Glenna smiled as she listened to him, and then she told him that she had gone to the altar as well and had also been called to missions. That night, the two of them began a lifetime of service to the Lord.

Dale was born and raised in rural Stockport, Iowa. He was saved at an early age while attending a one-room church every Sunday with his family. Glenna was born and raised in Little Rock, Arkansas. She accepted Christ as her Savior at a youth conference at Vennard in 1960, and a few months later, she sensed God calling her to full-time Christian service. Later at Vennard, both Dale and Glenna experienced the sanctifying power of the Holy Spirit. During Glenna’s freshman year, God once again spoke and showed her she was to be a minister’s wife. She did not share this with anyone, but kept it close to her heart.

Dale and Glenna were married on June 5, 1965, and spent two months in Bolivia with WGM as part of the Summer Career Corp (young mid-term volunteers). In 1967, they were appointed as career missionaries to Haiti.

Learn more about Dale and Glenna's story here. 

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