Nat & Abby Wibberley
Nat and Abby Wibberley met and married while serving as church planters in Western Asia. While both hail from the USA originally, they each share international family backgrounds that shaped their desire to fulfill the Great Commission full-time: Nat grew up in Western Asia, the son of an American father and a German mother, and Abby has spent several of her childhood years in the Philippines as her family served with Far East Broadcasting Company.
After working with a native pastor to help plant and solidify a church in the conservative interior of Western Asia, Nat and Abby and their three children, Benaya, Simon, and Anna, unfortunately, had to leave the country they had called home for 15 years in 2018.
With Nat’s German background and the largest Western Asian diaspora outside of Western Asia located in Germany, it was only natural for the Wibberleys to relocate to Stuttgart, Germany. In 2020, they founded Lifepoint Church e.V., a church plant aiming to become a ministry to reach the large Western Asian community and the vast number of migrants and immigrants currently flooding into Germany. Their heart is to build bridges between the immigrant, migrant, and native communities of Germany to see a real-life picture of the Kingdom emerge in their midst and to see the world reached on their doorstep.