|Brian & Nancy Hoffman|
Northeast Regional Administrators
Brian Hoffman moved out to Kenya in 1987 with his wife, Nancy, and two children, Joshua and Kati, and worked among some of the nomadic, indigenous groups in the remote regions of the northeastern part of the country.
Their first term involved working with nomadic Samburu children in a boarding school where the school was run by the government and the ministry ran the boarding facility. They taught in the public school and taught Bible as a subject in the public schools, in Bible studies for the public school teachers and for the children, both in and out of the boarding facility. For the remaining years they worked with the Samburu further in the rainforest doing evangelism and church planting and development until 2000.
Brian and his family then moved to the Chalbi desert area and worked among the Gabra, an unreached people group, pastoring, discipling and doing evangelism until July 2007.
Since returning, Brian Hoffman served as the US Coordinator for Africa Inland Mission’s Adopt-a-People program connecting praying individuals and churches with some of the unreached people groups AIM is trying to reach for Christ. Brian now serves as AIM’s Regional Administrator for the Northeast Region.