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AFRICA

IPCC Global Missions work with the Pentecostal Evangelical Fellowship of Africa to win souls for Jesus Christ, build upon their knowledge of God's Word and send them into the harvest field, in this case Kenya.

Our International Ministers are among the best in the world, in regard to their commitment, knowledge and love for the people of their respective field.

AFRICAN STAFF

Rev. Evan Erickson - Evan Erickson is a veteran minister working with the Massai tribe in southern Kenya and teaches at Kaimosi Bible College.

Rev. Rick Koetz - Pastor Rick is a teacher, overseeing 16 PEFA (Pentecostal Evangelical Fellowship of Africa) churches, leads Sirikwa Pentecostal Fellowship, and is the IPCC Field Representative for Kenya.

Rev. Carol Koetz - Carol (Rick's wife) is presently pastoring 2 churches in Kenya, while working tirelessly in administration, Bible training and more.

Rev. Paul & Barbara McNutt - Paul and Barbara McNutt are IPCC staff ministers at the IPCC Mission Station at Kaimosi and teach and work at Kaimosi Bible College.

Rev. Bonne Mowell - Bonne is an IPCC staff minister, Assistant Administrator, and medical assistant.

 

             

                         Rick and Carol Koetz                                         Bonne Mowell

      

                      Barbara and Paul McNutt

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Kaimosi Bible College

 

Kaimosi Bible College's reason for being is "to keep a center place open for Jesus."

 

"That in all things He might have the preeminence."  

Colossians 1:18

 

History

 

Kaimosi Bible College, Kenya

East Africa

 

During the 1930's the British Government sold tracts of land as buffer zones between warring tribes in Kenya.  In 1938 one of the tracts of 26.5 acres was purchased by Rev. & Mrs. Bob Lichty and Miss Kathryn Roth, missionaries from America to Kenya.  On the east side of the mission was forest and the Nandi reserve, and eventually on the other sides, the establishment of the coffee farms, sugar cane fields and the present Kaimosi Tea Estate.

 

Eventually, buildings and staff were added.  Great International Ministers have come and gone, but the integrity of what God is doing at the college remains the same.  This mission is to train ministers to work for the Lord in Africa.

 



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