Ministry Journey


Kibalou works in partnership with local churches to reach the unreached people groups. He supervises the ministry of evangelization and church planting in several countries in Africa. 

He works to strengthen the capacity of missionaries through training. He constantly visits many countries to oversee the ministry. His role also includes providing member care to the missionaries through advice, encouragement, spiritual, moral, material, and financial support. He also mobilizes their partners to send medical teams to provide free medical care to needy populations.


Kibalou lives in Lomé, the capital of Togo. He received Jesus as their Lord and Savior in 1992 and was baptized six months later. He received the call to serve the Lord in 1995. 

After three years of theological training at the Institute of Theology of Lomé, Kibalou obtained a Bachelor’s degree in theology. He began serving as missionary since 1998. 

He also served with the Korean Methodist Mission in Togo from July 1998 to July 2000. 

In August 2000, he joined Pioneers. From September to December 2000, Pioneers sent him for missionary training in the State of Jos in Nigeria. 

In 2001, he was the Principal of the Missions School of Pioneers Togo. 

From 2002 to 2008, Kibalou served with the Evangelical Mission of Salvation. He was in charge of evangelism and church planting. 

In 2009, they returned to Pioneers and joined the Togo team where he held several ministry positions. 

From 2009 to 2011, Kibalou oversaw the evangelism and church planting department. 

From 2012 to 2018, he served as the national Director. 

From December 2018 to today, he has been the Area Leader of Pioneers West Africa which includes the following countries: Togo, Benin, Gabon, Mali, Ivory Coast, and Burkina Faso. 

He also mobilizes partners to build temples, buy Bibles, provide means of transport such as motorcycles, and buy phones… for missionaries to facilitate their work. 

He also works to support the local communities to whom they bring the gospel. He mobilizes funds to dig wells to provide drinking water to them, buy school supplies, and pay school fees for poor children in the villages. 

He is married to Chimene, and they have three children: Blessing, Josué, and Victoire. Josué and Victoire are middle and high school students. Blessing is a college student.