The Multi-Church Pastor Institute exists to help pastors who are serving more than one church to train their elders and church leaders to care for the flock when they can not be on site in their local churches. We do this through publications and seminars.
Phil Morrison earned his B.S. in Bible from Philadelphia Biblical University and his M.Div. from Biblical Seminary. He pastored for 14 years in the United States before coming to Kenya in 1992. He lectured at Moffat College of Bible for 10 years. In 2003 he became the Chaplain to Staff at Rift Valley Academy, Kijabe, Kenya. He is the author of The Multi-Church Pastor, Seven Surprises for the Pastor and Questions Pastors Ask. He serves as the MCP director.
Jan Morrison, Phil’s wife, serves at Rift Valley Academy, providing pastoral care for women. She is the team encourager and provides behind the scenes support.
Pastor Shadrack Rotich, Kenya, graduated from Moffat Bible College with a diploma in Bible and Theology and earned a Bachelors Degree in Theology from Kabarak University. He is presently working on his master’s degree at Nairobi Evangelical Graduate School of Theology. He is a seminar facilitator.
Abel Muanica, Mozambique, is the translator of the Portuguese edition of The Multi-Church Pastor. He has served as a missionary to an unreached people group here in Kenya. He is a seminar facilitator.
Andy Alo, Democratic Republic of Congo, is the translator of the French edition of The Multi-Church Pastor. He is a Ph.D. candidate at Nairobi Evangelical Graduate School of Theology. He is a seminar facilitator.
Alfred Ndaro, Tanzania, is the translator of the Swahili edition of The Multi-Church Pastor. He has served as a missionary-church planter in Tanzania and has just completed studies at Scott Theological College. He plans to return to Tanzania to encourage indigenous missions as well as the MCPI leadership training. He is a seminar facilitator.
David Sijenyi, Kenya, is the MCPI conference coordinator. His job is to plan, organize, and ovesree all details and logistics of each conference.