Apostolic leaders: Hesbone and Violet Odindo
Ibrahim & Diane Omondi
Ibrahim and Diane Omondi, as DOVE International Apostolic Leaders, give oversight to the region of Africa. They have been ministering in Kenya since 1984 and now oversee DOVEncongregations in four nations. They also give leadership to the missions thrust of DOVE Africa which has placednKenyan and Ugandan missionaries among unreached people groups in these nations. The Omondi’s direct Springs of Africa, a non-profit organization sponsoring micro-finance, community development and various education initiatives. You can follow the Omondis’ BLOG
Hesbone & Violet Odindo
Hesbone and Violet Odindo give oversight of the DOVE Kenya apostolic team. They also lead the churches in the Kadawa area of Western Kenya. In 2005, they started a cell group in Hesbone’s home village of Kadawa, approximately 400 km from Nairobi. This group grew into a church. Restoration Community Church was officially launched in January 2006 with thirty members. The Odindo’s left Nairobi for Kisumu in December 2007. Today, the celebration has multiplied into many celebrations, and church planting continues. Hesbone and Violet also oversee the Horizon Initiative operations in Kenya, serve as part of DCF Kenya Apostolic Council are involved some family business ventures.
Daniel & Rebecca Mbiti
DOVE Ukambani started in May 1995 in Daniel and Rebecca Mbiti’s home with 5 people. Due to the rapid increase and growth of the ministry both Rebecca (in 1995) and Daniel (in 2000) left their jobs in the marketplace. They are active in training leaders and encouraging pastors in their region. Daniel and Rebecca also serve as five-fold prophetic ministers in the DOVE family. They are passionate about seeing the enemy brought down and about bringing the Kingdom of light to this earth.
William & Joina Munyanya
William and joina give oversight to the DOVE churches that are in the Kitale region of Western Kenya. They moved to Kitale to plant a church in 2004 and became overseers of the region in 2006. William and Joina have also started a school, Seed Academy, to boost the outreach of the church and as a means of working with children in their area. In addition to pastoring the church in Nyortis, they have a small farm.