Name: Dr. Moses Clement Alela

Designation: Dean of Students

Department: Student Affairs

Email: deanofstudents@kabarak.ac.ke

Address: P.O. BOX Private Bag Kabarak, 20157

2007 Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in

Intercultural Studies (World Missions and Evangelism)

Asbury Theological Seminary, Wilmore, KY., USA
2003 Master of Theology in World Missions and Evangelism (Th.M) Asbury Theological Seminary,

Wilmore, KY., USA

2002 Master of Arts in Biblical Studies (MABS) Nairobi Evangelical Graduate

School of Theology, Nairobi, Kenya (The Current AIU)

2000

 

Bachelor of Theology (B.Th.) Kenya Highlands Bible College,

Kenya (The Current Kenya

Highland University) and Asbury College, USA

1995 Diploma of Christian Ministry KIST, Kenya
1991 Certificate in Christian Ministry KIST, Kenya
1989 Certificate of Range Management AHITI Kabete, Kenya
2011 to Date Dean of Students, Kabarak University
2011 to Date Member of the Management Board, Kabarak University
April 2008 – September 2008 Acting Principal at Kima International School of Theology
July 2007 – August 2008 Deputy Principal at Kima International School of Theology
January 2007 – July 2007 Assistant to the Director of International Students at Asbury

Theological Seminary, USA

2002 Pastor/Administrator/Teacher/Reconciler or Mediator for

Church of God in East Africa, Kenya at Buruburu Church of God in Nairobi

1995 – 1996 Lecturer/Chaplain at Ibeno Bible College
1993 – 1995 Chaplain, Emusire High School
1985 – 1987 High School Teacher
1989 –1990 Range Management officer/Instructor
Year Name of project
 2002 Wisdom as a Gift from God Involves Sound Human reasoning
2003 Revival as a Factor in Missions.
2007 Good News to the Poor: A Model for Holistic Christian Ministry in Bunyore, Kenya.

1. Alela, M. (2002) Wisdom as a Gift from God Involves Sound Human reasoning

2. Alela, M. (2003) Revival as a Factor in Missions.

3. Alela, M.(2007) Good News to the Poor: A Model for Holistic Christian Ministry in Bunyore, Kenya.

  1. History and Theology of Missions
  2. Missions in Cultural Context
  3. Biblical Studies