Ibrahim and Diane Omondi both serve as DOVE International Apostolic Council members. They have been ministering together in Kenya since 1984. As apostolic leaders of DOVE Africa, Omondis give oversight to churches and ministries in Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Tanzania, Mozambique and the Democratic Republic of Congo. They also give leadership to DOVE Missions Africa which supports Kenyan and Ugandan missionaries serving among unreached people groups. The Omondi’s direct Springs of Africa, a non-profit organization focusing on micro-finance, environmental projects and various education initiatives.
Ibrahim, a trained journalist and natural visionary, continues to dream about expansion and new territories. The most compelling vision is to establish a center for prayer and leadership training that will impact transformation in Africa from being a continent of dependence and poverty to one of self-sustenance and hope. Ibrahim served as General Secretary of the Evangelical Alliance of Kenya for several years and was also a delegate to the National Constitutional Congress that worked on re-writing Kenya’s constitution. Ibrahim networks with intercessory groups and has led March for Jesus as well as other National Prayer Day events in Nairobi. Read more about their church planting story here.
The Omondis’ property in the Nairobi outskirts provides a home for their family and includes a guest house which is used for refreshment and training for missionaries, churches and Christian organizations. Diane trains early childhood teachers and has written curriculum books for young children. She also enjoys teaching the Bible, leading worship, administrative work, handling accounts, and editing.
Ibrahim (a native Kenyan) and Diane (American) are the parents of four children: three sons and a daughter. Ibrahim and Diane enjoy relaxing together by their fireplace, watching a good movie, going for walks, and being with their family.