Tim and Hope Mehl are 22 year old graduates of Concordia University – Nebraska, both with degrees in Secondary Education. Tim’s family consists of his mom and dad, his older brother, Silas and his wife, Megan, and their two children, Avery and Elias, and his two older sisters, Esther and Audrey. Hope’s family consists of her mom and dad, and two younger sisters, Anna and Corinna. They both come from very tight knit families that emphasized the importance of Christ’s love in their homes.
Tim and Hope met at St.Paul Lutheran High School in Concordia, Missouri, where their families now reside. SPLHS is an international boarding high school from students all over the world, which is what first got them interested in forming relationships with people of different countries and cultures. Concordia University helped equip with the tools needed to break down barriers both in and out of the classroom in order to form lasting, meaningful relationships with students both local and overseas.
In their spare time, Tim and Hope love to spend their time outdoors camping, biking, hiking, or running. They also enjoy spending time with their families and watching movies.
Tim and Hope look forward to serving Christ at Concordia Middle School in Chiayi, Taiwan. Pray for them as they step out of their comfort zone and share Christ’s love through the relationships they form with both the students and teachers at Concordia Middle School.
Favorite Bible Verse:
“For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do” Ephesians 2:10
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