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Maurice Cuthbert was the son of pioneer missionary to East Africa, William Cuthbert.

​Johannes Nicholas de Beer served as a Seventh-day Adventist Church administrator and a pioneer of several mission stations in Southern Africa.

T. F. Duke was a missionary to Kenya and founder of Ranen Conference.

Eldoret Adventist Guest House is an Adventist hospitality facility in Western Kenya.

The Greater Rift Valley Conference is one of two conferences created when the Western Kenya Conference was divided in 2015.

​Before he became a Seventh-day Adventist, Baleni Gumbo was recognized as the first African to embrace the Christian faith in Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe).

The Kaigat Dispensary is the first Adventist health facility that was established in Western Kenya.

The Kaigat Dispersal of 1941 occurred when pioneer Adventists at the Kaigat Adventist Church in northern Nandi decided to relocate to other parts of Nandi, carrying with them the Adventist message to their place of settlement.

Kamagambo Adventist Schools and College is a premier educational institution in Kenya offering Christian education from the elementary to college level. It is a co-educational institution founded on the Seventh-day Adventist philosophy of education.

Robert Kamakil was a pioneer Adventist among the Pokot people of Kenya.

Kanyadoto Mission is one of the oldest Adventist mission stations in Kenya. It is unique because it was founded by a lay person named Herbert James Sparks early in 1911. It was officially organized as a mission station in 1913. Kanyadoto Mission was dissolved in 1946 and moved to Ranen Hill as part of a new mission setup there.

Jacob Ng’ang’a Karau was a pioneer Adventist in the Kitale Area of Western Kenya and a church planter.

Enock Kipkering araap Keino was a pioneer Adventist evangelist and pastor, one of the foremost gospel workers among the Nandi people, and founder of many congregations.

Kenya Lake Conference is part of West Kenya Union Conference in the East-Central Africa Division of Seventh-day Adventists. Its headquarters is located in Kendu Bay, Kenya.

Mary Kilel was a Kenyan missionary nurse to Uganda, a lay evangelist, and a leader of the youth movement in Nandi in Western Kenya.

​Samuel Kimkum brought the Adventist faith to the Sabaot people of the Mt. Elgon area in Western Kenya. Even though he never became an Adventist himself, his resources and enthusiasm helped establish Adventism among the Sabaot people of Mt. Elgon area. A firm believer in the Adventist teachings and faith, Kimkung somehow never got around to join the Adventist Church but encouraged all his children and multiple wives to become Adventists.

Don Lale and his wife Ann were Adventist teachers serving as missionaries in Zimbabwe when in 1981 they were brutally murdered by suspected Mozambican rebels in a dawn attack at the school where they taught. The rebels were carrying out reprisals against an attack by South African forces, and the Lales were innocent victims of their rage.

Pastor Jackson Kiplel Maiyo was a pioneer Nandi evangelist, teacher, pastor, translator, and church administrator.

Kiliopa (Cleophas) Masai was a pioneer evangelist and the first Nandi person to enter fulltime ministry as a pastor.

Ezekel Kimenjo Maswai was the foremost Adventist evangelist and leader in the formative years of the denomination among the Nandi people of western Kenya.