David Kaya leads a pastor training in Moyo, Uganda.

The son of a pastor, David Kaya has a heart and a calling to pull his people in South Sudan and Sudan out of darkness into the saving light of Christ.

My vision is to bring this light to those who are unreached.

David is married to Gloria and has five beautiful daughters and one son, Nancy, Cathy, Marklin Ruth, Taylor, Harmony and Mike. He is a graduate of Global Theological Seminary in Jinja, Uganda. 

Pushed out of his home of Sudan during the civil war that lasted from 1983 to 2005, David began planting churches in Northern Uganda in the 1990s. He started as an EvangeCube trainer in 2004 with e3 Partners Ministry, and quickly moved into the National Director role in 2005. In 2007 he helped found North East Africa Theological Seminary in Kajo Keji, South Sudan, and in October 2012, he helped launch Empower One as the Africa Director.

Pray for Kaya

“Pray for God to open new areas with a new network of disciples. For God to give us a fresh spirit to constantly reach the unreached places with the Word of God.

Pray for God to bring new leaders for the next generation. For God to supply us with the resources we need to equip leaders for ministry.

David Kaya

Co-Founder & Country Director

Africa

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