Victor and Eunice Mwangi are missionaries to East Africa, sent to teach and train ministers of the gospel with the Word and leadership principles that will mature them for the Work of the ministry.
“We met and have worked together with Revs Bob and Gail Buse through Faith Christian Fellowship International. Through their leadership our lives and ministry have been tremendously enriched with more light and greater vision to reach our nation with honor and integrity.”
In 1980 Victor moved from Kenya to Los Angeles, California to further his education. Eunice and their two sons joined him in Los Angeles in 1981. The Lord began to deal with Victor concerning the call of God in his life. In 1993, Victor, Eunice and their now three children, Timothy, Clarence, and Victoria moved to Tulsa, Oklahoma. Victor and Eunice attended and graduated from Rhema Bible Training Center in 1996.
In 1999 The Mwangis moved to Nigeria as missionaries to assist an FCF affiliate Bible College in Benin City. Here they received much needed experience and preparation to go back to Africa and teach others the things they had learned.
The Mwangis moved to Kenya in 2002 where they founded Father’s House Family Church (FHFC) and represent Faith Christian Fellowship International in Kenya. Father’s House is reaching out to the young people in high schools, colleges, and prisons. They also run a Children’s Home, an elementary school, and a Bible College, which will graduate over 500 students by the end of December 2015. The Mwangis also started Father’s House Bible College for Eritrean refugees. It has graduated 36 students.
Victor and Eunice also oversee and train pastors in different areas of Kenya: Eldoret, Nakuru, Kisii, Busia, Meru, and Mwea. They host two Minister’s Conferences a year in Ruiru, Kenya for pastors and church workers. Their work extends to neighboring Rwanda where they have established Father’s House Church and are making plans to reach into Uganda and Tanzania.
“We are excited to see what God is doing and especially knowing He is yet to do greater things than what we have seen. We desire to see more laborers prepared for the work of the ministry, more children helped to dream bigger, and more believers matured for the work of the ministry. We desire to see our new church sanctuary filled with new believers, more churches planted and more Bible College students trained to work “while it is day” to expand the Kingdom of God.” Victor and Eunice