Vice President of Field Partners and Projects for Wycliffe Canada (Beat)
Partnership development for Wycliffe Canada (Robyn)
Beat is an electrical engineer by profession. He then trained to become a Bible translator and joined Wycliffe in 1993 as a linguist/translator.
After joining Wycliffe, Robyn taught missionary children in Cameroon from 1995 to 1997, which is where she met Beat. After they got married, they worked with Wycliffe Canada before returning to Africa in 2000. Since then, they have lived and worked in the Central African Republic, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Switzerland, and most recently, Chad. They have three children, Tabea, Simeon and Nadia.
Robyn and Beat Kunz moved to Robyn's home country Canada in June 2016 so their children could finish high school. They are now serving with Wycliffe Canada, helping churches in Canada identify and engage with churches across the globe for meaningful, interdependent, mutually beneficial relationships called Kingdom Friendships.