This week’s church planter spotlight is focused on Kingsley Nduka and his family. Kingsley and his wife are resident interns at Redeemer’s Love in Houston, TX. We asked Kingsley ten questions that will let you know a little more about him.

Tell us a little about your family.

I was born into a Christian Catholic family in the year 1976 on February 26th. I grew up in the family of seven sisters and three brothers. As a child, I knew my mother was a Christian because she woke us up by 5:30 am to pray every day and made us pray before eating anything. My father was not a Christian, but, to the glory of God, in 2016 I led him to Christ. I got married on July 29th, 2006, to my Joy and friend, Joy Nduka and on February 28th, 2012, we gave birth to our Testimony, Ebubechukwu Nduka.

How long have you been planting in your mission field?

We have been planting in Houston for 10 months.

What do you see is unique in your mission field?

Ethnically diverse, with a growing population of immigrants.

What different people or groups do you see in your field?

There are many immigrants in our field.

How is your daily time with God?

It is filled with the desire to know more about Him and His will for my life by the day.

What do you like to do in your free time?

In my free time, I enjoy listening to music and fishing.

What is your favorite theme park ride?

I’m not sure if I have a favorite.

Where is your favorite place in the world?

I don’t particularly have any favorite place.

Share a challenge you are facing right now and how we can pray for you.

Pray that the peace of God will dwell in the heart of my wife, my son and I, until we reconnect together.

Share a praise you are excited about that we can share with others.

I am looking forward to leaving Redeemer’s Love where am serving and hoping, in December 2019, to focus and prepare on the new church plant work at “The Bridge Houston Baptist Church.” This work will start in June 2020, after my graduation from seminary in May 2020.


Please pray for Kingsley and Joy as they continue to serve at Redeemer’s Love in Houston. Pray for them as they move out of internship soon and into a new church plant. Pray for safety and God’s blessings upon their work.

If you would like to help support the work that they are doing, you can send your monies to:

BMA Texas Missions
P.O. Box 73
Waxahachie, TX 75168

Please designate it for “Kingsley Nduka.” You can also give online at