Keith helping pastors in the computer lab
Cassie teaching her sewing class in our homeDoors and windows made at the woodworking shop
John and Kendra Enright established the Kafakumba Training Center in 1998. In addition to a conference center where they hold a pastors’ school for three months each year, they have started a wood shop, several agricultural projects, and other economic development ventures to help improve the lives of the local people. In an area where crime, unemployment, and hopelessness were rampant, they are making a difference by ministering to both body and soul. And God is greatly blessing their efforts!
Kafakumba Training Center
Check out this video that Bill created about the Kafakumba Training Center. It includes interviews of several of the people whose lives are directly affected by the ministry. It also shows our plans for future improvements at the Center. Click here
to watch the video.
What Are We Up To?
- In April 2014, we left Kafakumba and repatriated to the United States. Bill is now working at Taylor University.
- When we worked at Kafakumba:
- We were missionaries with Enright Flight Ministries, an organization that
was started by Ken and Lorraine Enright (John's parents) to minister to
the people of the Congo. Enright Flight Ministries now ministers to the
people of Zambia.
- Bill and Cassie worked with the Center director, Pastor Kilembo, to plan and manage the many improvement projects at the Center. After managing the woodshop for a year, Bill transferred that leadership to a Zambian worker. Bill managed the finances for the Center and woodshop. Cassie led a women's Bible study, worked with the women's ministries and learned how to keep house in Zambia. There was a lot to do there and a lot of places to plug in.
- We led the praise team at our English church service held at Kafakumba.
- Bill left Delphi Electronics and Safety, where he worked for over 30 years.
Pastors' School Video
Click here to watch a video Bill made showing an overview of Pastors' School. Pastors' School is the primary function at Kafakumba. By training pastors here, the Good News is spread all over Central Africa.
You can watch other Kafakumba videos here.
Contact us if you'd like to learn more.