George and Martha Mixon have served in Kenya since 1994. They first worked with the Maasai people on a church planting team where George served as a veterinarian focused on animal health care training. After George completed seminary, the Mixons returned to Kenya in 2004 to join Serge's church planter training team.After a couple of years George narrowed his focus to training Kenyan leaders in Bible Storying . He leads a team of trainers, both Kenyan and expatriate, who lead groups of national pastors and church leaders through a year-long program, learning and teaching through over thirty key chronologically arranged Bible stories. This lays a foundation for understanding the Gospel that is much needed in the African church and is a great tool for evangelism and discipleship.He and Martha also serve at International Christian Fellowship (ICF), a church focused on reaching the large expatriate community in Nairobi. Martha oversees the children's program, ministering to kids from over twenty different countries.They also serve as team leaders for one of Serge's two Nairobi teams, a group focusing through medical and vocational outreach on a large unreached refugee population centered in one of the Nairobi suburbs.
Three of the Mixons' children currently live in the U.S. and two in Kenya. Beth, married to Chris, lives in Washington D.C. Carrie lives in Trenton, Georgia, and, like Beth, works with Blue Sky Ministries, a Kenya based adventure ministry. James works with Outward Bound in the North Carolina mountains. Nathan attends college online and is doing an internship in Kenya. Laura is in 12th grade at Rosslyn Academy in Nairobi.
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