Kenneth Brown, M.A.
A pioneer and bi-vocational minister by calling, Kenneth was an itinerant evangelist in several educational institutions, villages, cities, and states of Nigeria while a student, farmer, cabinet maker, and auto mechanic from 1982-86. During this evangelistic career, he co-founded Rumueme Born Again Evangelistic Association; later merged to become Ikwerre Born Again Movement of Rivers State, Nigeria. From 1987 to 1990, Kenneth pursued theological education while pastoring churches in several states of Nigeria. During this pastoral service, he co-founded Faith Theological Seminary, Isouchi, Nigeria.
In 1990 after obtaining a bachelor’s degree in theology he became a missionary to the Cameroons for 24 years. He founded God’s Covenant Church International that spread across different nations with satellite churches. He co-founded Healing for the Nations Evangelistic Association, Voice of Victory Radio, Covenant Publication House, Feed the Poor Program (ONG), and Faith Clinic- a medical center (medical mission outreach to rural areas and cities among the less privileged). Land for a Yaounde Prayer Mountain has been acquired and plans for construction on the site are underway. Kenneth also founded and taught at Alpha and Omega Theological Institute in Douala, with locations in Yaoundé, Cameroon, and Port Harcourt, Nigeria.
Kenneth co-founded Coordination of Pentecostal and Revived Churches of Cameroon (CPRCC), serving as board treasurer. CPRCC merged to become the Fellowship of Pentecostal and Evangelical Churches of Cameroon uniting all evangelical and pentecostal churches of Cameroon comprising hundreds of denominations with thousands of satellite churches. Kenneth serves the board as an advisor. He also co-founded Faith International Ministerial Alliance (FIMA) headquartered in the state of Indiana, USA with chapters on four continents. FIMA is a global partnership network of federating churches and ministries to promote global evangelism/missions, church planting, education, fellowship, ministerial exposure/exchange, as well as accountability, ministerial licensing, and ordination. FIMA partners with other global networks.
Kenneth is presently a missionary to Europe where he is planting churches in Belgium and France while continuing his theological education. He obtained a master degree in Pentecostal and Evangelical Studies at Continental Theological Seminary in Belgium. He went on to obtain a Research Master of Advanced Studies in Theology and Religion from the Catholic University of Leuven. He is currently a theology Ph.D. student at the Evangelical Theological Faculty in Leuven, Belgium. He is a visiting professor at Elim Bible Institute and College in New York. Kenneth has authored, edited, or contributed to many publications. He is a Christian educator, coach, mentor, counselor, and preacher across Africa, Europe, and the USA.