Retired Missionaries

Dale & Debbie Kenyon

Dale: November 27
Debbie: November 9

Dale and Debbie were childhood sweethearts. After being married four years and having two children, they gave their lives to Christ. They felt God leading them into full-time service two years later, so they packed up and headed for Alaska. After one year there, they moved back to Michigan so Dale could attend Grand Rapids School of the Bible and Music in their Missionary Aviation program. In 1981 they joined InterAct (then Arctic Missions) and moved to Bonnyville, Alberta, to begin a four-year church-planting ministry with the First Nations community. The next five years saw them working with an emerging First Nations church in Calgary. In 1990 they were engaged in East Indian ministry in Calgary, and in 1997 they moved to India to work alongside an indigenous missionary organization. From 2000-2003 Dale served as InterAct’s mobilization director. The Kenyons were on loan to SIM, assigned to serve in Bolivia, South America, until their return to Canada in 2019. They are currently mentoring and encouraging First Nation people in Bonnyville and Calgary, also Latinos in Bolivia. They have two married children and four granddaughters. Dale and Debbie retired in 2024.


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