About Berean Gospel Ministries.

This is the official ministry of Pastor Ben Koech. The ministry is dedicated to the furtherance of the Gospel of Jesus Christ by all means.

Koech was called into ministry early in his youth, after he came to Christ while in upper Primary school. Having been been raised into a Christian family, he had the opportunity to hear the Word of God from his father who was a minister of the Gospel.

From the year 1986 when he got saved and later baptized the following year, he had a burning desire to share the good news with all the people that he could reach. This led to his looking for like-minded Christians that he later joined after high School. The evangelistic team was called Injili Kwa Wote (Gospel For All). From 1993 to 1999, he evangelized with this team and finally joined college after having received a calling from God into full-time ministry. From 2000 to 2004 he was in Pentecostal Bible College.

Since then, Pastor Ben has been busy in the Lord’s vineyard. This website is aimed at publishing and sharing what God is laying into his life and ministry. May the Lord bless you and keep you as you read through this site.

Your Brother and fellow labourer in His Vineyard, Pastor Ben Koech.

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