Hi! We’re Bruce and Julie Enemark. We’d like to tell you a wee bit about ourselves.
Julie was born and raised in Wisconsin. Her father was a pastor and then became a Bible camp director. Julie grew up on the grounds of that Bible camp in Chetek, Wisconsin. She is the youngest of four children. She received her teacher’s training from Maranatha Baptist Bible College and had taught a couple of years before meeting Bruce.
Bruce was raised in Panama, the third (youngest) of three boys. His parents were missionaries to Panama with New Tribes Mission. He received his teacher training at Tennessee Temple University.
We were married in December of 1985. After teaching in Indiana and then completing NTM training, we went to Panama in February of 1990. Our two girls, Krystle and Kimberly, were born in Panama. We worked at the school for missionaries’ children until 2006, at which time the school was closed. It was a good closing because the tribal churches were established, and missionaries were leaving the field, having finished their ministries. No missionaries, no children, no school! We moved to Paraguay in 2007 to help begin a traditional school in the western part of the country. We left in 2015 with plans to work in Sanford.
We moved to Sanford in April of 2016 to begin our ministries here in the Communications Department.