Career missionaries Frankie and Joyce Tyson served in Guatemala, Central America, from 1988 to 1998. They were involved in church planting, church and clinic construction, discipleship and Christian education training, evangelistic activities, and hosted short-term teams from the United States.
Frankie attended Lee University, the Pentecostal Theological Seminary, and the Spanish Language Institute in Costa Rica. Joyce was born in Guatemala, the daughter of pioneer missionaries Vergil and Helen Wolf. Joyce received her Bachelor’s degree in Spanish from Lee U., and is certified to teach Spanish and English as a second language.
The Tysons returned to Guatemala to minister to needy pastors. Continuing their ministry of hosting short-term teams, they are currently rebuilding parsonages of those pastors who were affected in recent years from earthquakes in Central America. The focus of the Tysons’ rebuilding is presently in San Marcos, the capital of Guatemala.
Frankie states: “Thank you for your prayers and financial partnership, allowing us to minister in Guatemala. It makes a difference in the Kingdom of God.”