As a travelling teacher and multi-linguist, it’s a joy to serve communities across Africa, Europe and the US!

Gilbert speaks three international languages, he has a passion for learning and has embarked on several Bible Study tours to Europe and Israel.


For the past 4 years, the African Missions Association has endorsed and supported the work done by the Gilbert Kimeng Teaching Ministry (GKTM) across churches on the African continent but the main source of financial support has been from the Churches in Germany – mainly Munich and Berlin.

In the wake of the ongoing refugee crisis in Europe due to the war in Ukraine, the German brothers and sisters have their hands full taking care of very needy people. They are not able to support like in the past.

This is why the GKTM is reaching out to others who are moved to support this work. If you are moved to support this ministry, please find the link the make a donation button below.

This short video was put together at the request of the African Missions Association in order to raise awareness and get support for this effort!


Between August of 2018 and August, 2019, a total of fifteen brothers were appointed Teachers across the five geographic blocs that make up the ICOC Africa Missions. 

You have been given a beautiful gift.

The gift to teach and to speak.  You gave us so much today.  It was so clear and so practical. Your ability to speak and to put information together so well gives us all a wonderful treat and blessing.
Thank you so much.  Your story is amazing.
God did indeed save you twice.

Mama Joan


Just a note to tell you how much I appreciated your lesson here in Atlanta!
So grateful for you and the way you allow God to use your gifts for His glory

Much love and respect brother

North View Church, Atlanta

Wow, what an amazing experience we had with you my brother Gilbert Kimeng. It was a complete week of great learning and training, especially with the church leadership group. You were very deep and precise in your teaching and brought topics and aspects of much reflection that we as leaders and as a church also needed, such as biblical interpretation, the work of the holy spirit, etc. and yet, there is still a lot to learn.

Araujo Rodrigues

East Africa

Composed of 15 Churches in 6 nations (Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi and Ethiopia). I have visited and taught in the first 5 of the 6 nations and had online sessions with the church in Ethiopia in 2020 (couldn’t visit them as scheduled due to the war in 2021).

English West Africa

Composed of 27 Churches across 5 nations (Nigeria (19), Ghana(3), Liberia(3), Sierra Leone (2), The Gambia(1)). I have visited and taught in close to a dozen churches in the first 3 of the 5 nations. Plans are on the way to visit and teach in the remaining 2 countries in 2023-2024.

French West and Central Africa

This is where I spent 13 years serving a Region that has grown and been split into two. French-speaking central Africa has 6 countries and 15 churches. French-speaking West Africa has 8 nations and 19 churches.
I have visited and spoken to Churches in all 6 countries in Central Africa: DRC, Gabon, Republic of Congo, Tchad, Cameroon and Central Africa Republic. In French West Africa, I have spoken in Benin Republic, Togo, Cote D’Ivoire, Burkina Faso and Senegal with a few more countries to go.

Southern Africa

Composed of churches in 12 nations, pillar churches in the capital cities and many smaller churches planted and led by professionals or “tentmakers.” I have physically taught in Johannesburg, Cape Town, Port Elizabeth, Umtata, Soweto, Pretoria and Luanda (Angola). Prayerfully looking forward to more visits and engagements in 2024– Harare, Gwero, Bulawayo (Zimbabwe), Maputo (Mozambique), Lusaka (Zambia) etc.

Gilbert Kimeng


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