Jeremy and Meredith Fulda
Jeremy and Meredith Fulda serve in Taitung, Taiwan, with One Mission Society, working alongside a Taiwanese Christian nonprofit organization that supports and encourages families who have children with special needs.
Hosting track and field events entitled “I Am a Hero Games,” facilitating support groups for families, and working alongside schools are just a few ways to love, support, and encourage families who have children with special needs and may oftentimes feel isolated or alone. In Taitung, they have also helped open a community center to specifically reach out to the needs of these kids and families and share the love of Jesus with them.
Meredith became familiar with One Mission Society through her involvement with the OMS Student Center at Asbury University. After graduating from Asbury in May 2008 with a degree in Spanish and a minor in Christian education, she served in Spain as a short-term missionary, teaching ESL and partnering with a church plant north of Madrid. Meredith then transitioned to be a part of the OMS homeland staff, working in the Development and Recruitment Departments. In 2011, she interned at The Home of God’s Love orphanage in Taiwan, and her heart never left.
Jeremy received a political science degree from Oklahoma State University in 2006 and one year later felt a call to serve in full-time ministry. He moved to Wilmore, Kentucky, to attend Asbury Theological Seminary, where he graduated in 2012 with a master of divinity and a master’s in mental health counseling. He spent a summer in South Korea with OMS, traveling with a Korean pastor and teaching at Adventures in English.
Jeremy and Meredith met at an OMS recruitment dinner, but they didn’t begin dating until only weeks before she left for Taiwan. After a year of long-distance dating, Jeremy traveled to Taiwan to propose, and they were married in May 2012.
They both felt a strong call to return to Taiwan and are excited about how the Lord is using their family. Daughters Maddox and Emery were both born in Hualien, Taiwan, while the Fuldas were in Chinese language school.