Dr. Lynn & Mrs. Ann Kirkland
Dr. Lynn & Mrs. Ann Kirkland

Dr. Lynn Kirkland

Whether he is leading a revival, teaching a leadership conference or preaching in a local church, Dr. Lynn Kirkland is a man on a mission.  In 1999, while on his first mission trip to AFRICA, God called Lynn out as an Evangelist with a message to the church:  Matthew 28:18-20 became very real to him. God showed him that in the original language Jesus words were "As you go" or "Since you are going anyway" invite others to a personal relationship with Him.  This has become his personal mission statement:  "Since I am going anyway, I will share Jesus anyway."

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Mrs. Ann Kirkland

Mrs. Ann Kirkland, National Director

Ann Kirkland is a co-founder of IMPACT MINISTRIES INTERNATIONAL, INC. and has served as National Director of Zimbabwe since 2005.  She has been Lynn's partner in life, as well as ministry, for over 40years.  Ann has a heart for the unchurched/lost and works tirelessly both in the US and Zimbabwe to promote JESUS CHRIST.  Ann is a gifted speaker in her own right and is available to speak in your church or small group, just contact her at AnnKirkland1@gmail.com .

Pastor Silas & Mrs. Constance Dube

Pastor Silas Dube

"Pastor Silas", as we love to call him, is married to one wife, Constance, and has three grown children --- LLoyd, Lebo, and a daughter, Lista. Lebo works with Pastor Silas in the ministry and is Administrator of Impact Ministries Bible Institute (Zimbabwe).

Pastor Silas is Church Planter for Impact Ministries International, Inc. (Zimbabwe) and Dean of Students for Impact Ministries Bible Institute (Zimbabwe).

Since 2008 Pastor Silas has planted 14 churches in Zimbabwe, mostly among unreached people groups. He has also planted one church in Johannesburg, South Africa. He also established Impact Ministries Bible Institute in 2013 along with the aid of Impact Ministries International, Inc. and Dr. Lynn Kirkland. Pastor Silas has done all of this without a car. He uses public transportation (chicken buses), walks, or in rural areas uses a donkey cart.

His second greatest need is for support for his pastors. Zimbabwe has a 90% unemployment rate. He has 15 unpaid pastors leading these churches.

He also has approximately 150 students attending the Bible Institute --- most of which cannot pay. He will not turn any students away. Thus, his son, Lebo is rarely paid.

Please keep Pastor Silas, his wife, Mrs. Connie, and their three children in your prayers.