Wycliffe Khaemba

 
 

Friend and Faithful Laborer

“Shepherding an Apostolic and Prophetic People”

Pastor Wycliffe Khaemba is the Founder of Restoration Vision Center, based in Webuye, Kenya. He is married with one wife and three children and has been in the ministry over eleven years. He oversees a dozen other churches and has two orphan care facilities that offer 150 children a place of refuge. The ministry also cares for about 20 elderly in a well managed local “nursing home” style facility.

Restoration Vision Center serves as an independent fellowship of churches united with the common purpose of fulfilling the Great Commission. There are a variety of congregational groups, from home fellowships in the rural areas, to larger fully staffed churches in the city of Eldoret. The ministry takes great pride in its care for the needy and brings the regional pastors together for fellowship and encouragement monthly. Their vision is to plant and establish churches and equip them with well trained, faithful leaders. Communities like Eldoret, Webuye and the Mt Elgon region are beginning to see impact by the Word of God, yet they have many basic needs:

  1. The need for discipleship and church planting training.
  2. The need to have an experienced mentor available to assist the young (newly planted) churches in their ministries.
  3. The need to be able to develop specific visions and strategies to fulfill the Great Commission.
  4. The need for fellowship and unity with other like minded churches.

Pastor Wycliffe is a Prince:

I have discovered this vibrant servant of Christ to be a faithful laborer in the harvest fields of Kenya, Africa. On February 1st, 2011 he contacted our office and asked if we would consider coming to do Pastors Conferences and Crusades in his Nation. My initial response was to reply, “Sure, we would love to come, let’s be praying about a date and time in the future.”

Immediately I was sent an e-mail that read “how does April 27-30 sound?”. I gulped, handed the note to my wife and the rest is history. Oh, except for the several dozen miracles that you will read about in the next post.

Welcome to Kenya! I hope you enjoy the adventure…

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