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Kisongo Mbeleulu

Founder/CEO

Phone: 612-619-2219

Email: kisongom@hotmail.com

Pastor Kisongo Mbeleulu has had a heart for the poor of Congo for 40 years. After graduating from seminary in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), he served 10 years as a chaplain pastor for university students. He served for 4 years as coordinator of the peacemaking program in the Great Lakes region related to the Rwandan genocide of 1994.

In the USA, though many who escape the poverty zone of the DRC would focus on thriving in their new life in the land of plenty, Kisongo’s calling to Congo has not diminished but has been refined. He chose to study what makes communities flourish and earned a Masters degree in International development in 2015. In 2010 Kisongo began ALERT and regular ministry trips to DRC.

Kisongo has a passion to see the Congolese church grasp the revolutionary power of the Gospel as their ‘wisdom template’ for all aspects of life.


Ibu Kisongo

Chairman of the Board

Phone: 612-987-3843

Email: kwenda22@hotmail.com
Congolese community coordinator, Head of security at North Hennepin Community College, husband to Jennifer Kisongo and father of 2 amazing young men.  He has a passion for supporting the development of African leaders both in Congo and here in the US.

 

Kristy White

Administrative Support

The Ministry Office

Phone: 952-217-7603

Email: theministryoffice@gmail.com

Kristy White was born in Nigeria and raised in Kenya as a missionary kid until the age of ten.  After returning to the states and finishing a Bachelors of Arts at Bethel University in Community Health she joined the Peace Corps and continued her love of learning languages and caring for others.  In 2001 she began as a volunteer supporting Global Horizons with administrative tasks.  In 2002 she began part time and grew with the organization from administrative assistant to finally the Program Director after 12 years of service.  Also during this time she married a wonderful man and became a mom of 4 very different and vibrant daughters.  In 2013 she took her whole family to see Daystar University in Kenya and share her love of Africa with her family.

Currently she  supports a team of insurance agents at a local State Farm office in Minnetonka and is discovering a love of gardening.