David and Marie Hazell lived in Russia for eight years working on Bible translation. In 1992, shortly after communist walls began to fall, they moved their family to the depths of Siberia where they assisted with printing the first Scripture portion in the Evenki language. David and Marie also served in Moscow, coordinating translation projects in 70 minority languages of the former Soviet Union. The Hazells have six children. The family’s move back to the United States in 2000 marked a new era in their support of international missions work. They now devote the majority of their time to developing My Father’s World curriculum, focusing on a dual goal: raising up generations of families who see the world through God’s eyes and live according to that knowledge, and providing support for Bible translation through God’s Word for the Nations.