Currently IBC Eindhoven supports 4 missionaries. For more information or recent prayer requests, please contact the missions committee.
Paul and Sabine Ogutu
Mission in Kenya with WEC International
Involved in training African workers for cross-cultural missions to reach the unreached in Africa and worldwide.
Church planting and pastoral work in the Netherlands and Germany
Ron and Jeanette are stationed in Beugen, the Netherlands, and involved in mentoring, discipleship training, Alpha & Big Life groups and planting of house churches (small groups that meet on Sunday morning/evening or on one evening during the week) in that region and over the border into Germany. Ron has helped IBC in many ways over the years, also as a reular visiting preacher. Ron and Jeanette work with the missionary organisation WEC International and are both engaged full-time in this ministry. They often come into contact with many people who are seeking the meaning to life and who are obviously ‘sent to them’ by Divine leading. They love sharing their stories of the marvellous ways in which the Lord has led/is leading them, of the wonderful ways in which He has provided over the past 30 years in the Netherlands and of the absolute miracles that He has performed in leading others to them, providing visas and then Dutch citizenship, etc. etc. Prayer and listening to the Lord are priorities in their ministry. Ron and Jeanette are very, very grateful to IBC for their support in various ways and for the lovely warm welcome they experience when visiting.
Mission in Europe and Thailand
Karoen is an evangelist who spends part of the year in Europe and the other part in Thailand. He is active in street evangelism, preaching at different churches and reaching out to refugees. He was born in Thailand as the son of a missionary couple in our church and has a heart for the Thai people. He also has a heart for the Muslim community. His activities takes place under the flag of the Missions wing of the Verenigde Pinkster- en Evangeliegemeenten (VPE Zending).
Founder and Executive Director of Kondanani Village, a Christian orphanage for children in Malawi
Kondanani (meaning “Love one another”) Children’s Village is a place of hope and life where a child can find love, care and a new family. It is a place that cultivates a sense of belonging and security for each child, giving them the opportunity for a fresh start and the hope of a better future. Annie has become known as ‘Mother of Malawi’. A biography about her life is available under the same name. She has a strong vision for Malawi and the future of its children. Currently she is busy with the setting up a children’s hospital.