Kim & Annie Colich

PCC Missionaries serving in Papua New Guinea

Bible translation and literacy work among the Tami people with Wycliffe Bible Translators. email Kim, email Annie


Rachel (two daughers, Winter & Hope); lives in Michigan

Larissa, married to Charles Powers (three sons, Elijah, Josiah, & Micah); lives in Kentucky

Megan, married to Ilir Stambolliu (one son, Isaiah); lives in Kentucky


Dale & Amy Bell


Fox Hill, Lamb's Creek, & Sonship Group

Pray & Connect


  • For God to accomplish His purposes among the Tami, drawing many to Himself, giving them a hunger to know and serve Him and a love for His word
  • For peace and perseverance


Kim: September 4

Annie: June 18

Anniversary: August 16

Kim & Annie's Website

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“And now I entrust you to God and the word of his grace - his message that is able to build you up and give you an inheritance with all those he has set apart for himself.” — Acts 20:32

Our Story

Kim & Annie began serving with Wycliffe Bible Translators in 1990, first learning the language of the Tami people, then putting it into written form, and finally translating the books of the Bible into the Tami language. They currently have 2/3 of the New Testament in rough draft. They are also involved in literacy work and Bible study teaching using the translated Scriptures.