David Markham was born (1963) in Holyoke, Massachusetts and currently lives in Oaxaca, Mexico with his wife Addy. Together, they train missionaries to go into remote unreached people groups. He received his bachelor’s degree of Theology and Missions, Cum Laude from Bethany College of Missions. He is the founder of Etnopedia, a community for collaboration on translating and researching unreached people group information. He is also the international director of the adopt-a-people campaign for the Ibero-American missionary movement, Alcance Una Etnia – COMIBAM. He spent fifteen years doing field research among remote unreached people groups in Mexico.
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