Bonnie and Tim McGill
Tim and Bonnie McGill work at Morrison Academy in Taiwan. This school exists to meet the educational needs of the children of missionaries in Taiwan but also reaches out to the children of other expatriates in the business community. Morrison is a school system serving more than 800 students on four campuses in different cities.
Tim was born and reared in Taiwan as the son of missionaries who were Bible translators for one of the aboriginal tribes. He received a bachelor’s degree in math from the University of Waterloo in 1977 and in 1985 received a master’s degree in education from Azusa Pacific University Bonnie was the daughter of a Quaker pastor who served in the midwestern United States. She graduated from Barclay College with a bachelor’s degree in Bible/missions, received a master’s degree in leadership studies from Azusa Pacific University and earned a Ph.D. in human services from Walden University.
Tim and Bonnie met in Taiwan in 1976 and were married two years later. In 1980, they returned to Taiwan to work at Morrison Academy as dorm parents. Over the years they have served in a variety of roles with OMS and at Morrison. Currently, Tim is the superintendent of the school and also serves on the board of Central Taiwan Theological Seminary which is affiliated with One Mission Society. Bonnie works for Morrison as the director of human services, doing recruitment and member care. They have two grown children, Nathan who is on staff with YWAM in Brisbane, Australia, and Angel who is currently working with troubled youth in Nebraska. One Mission Society is an evangelical, interdenominational faith mission that makes disciples of Jesus Christ through intentional evangelism, planting churches and training national leaders in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Europe and Latin America. OMS then joins with those churches in global partnerships to reach the rest of the world.