Bryan McReynolds is an Austin, Texas, native but has lived with his family in Africa for the past 16 years as a missionary with Mission to the World. After many years in South Africa, they moved to Madagascar and joined a team planting churches amongst the Sakalava, an “unreached” people group. Bryan and his wife, Rebecca, have had the opportunity to teach various subjects to children and adults from many different backgrounds. While in Madagascar, they also helped start a music ministry with a group of local musicians who created the first Sakalava songs and hymns from Scripture. Bryan graduated from Covenant Theological Seminary with an M.A. in Religion and Cultures, and he is passionate about sharing the truth that the Christian faith is for all cultures at all times. In 2021, Bryan, Rebecca, and their five children moved from their small fishing village in Madagascar to Charlottesville, Virginia. In addition to being neighbors of Jefferson and Madison, Bryan enjoys hiking with his family, traveling, fishing, and reading.