Kayle Pelletier

Kayle has always had a desire for missions since her teenage years.  She did her BA in Religious Studies at Indiana University and then spent two years in post-war Kosova helping to run a student ministry with Campus Crusade for Christ (CRU) at Prishtina University.  It was during her experience there where she saw the need for further theological education in the overseas context.  So she got her MDiv at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and a Masters in Theology in the Old Testament with the aim of teaching overseas.  It was at seminary, under the training of Dr. Haddon Robinson, where she realized she had a gifting in preaching and was encouraged to pursue it more.  After seminary in 2006, Kayle and her husband moved to Bulawayo, Zimbabwe to fulfill God’s call to teach in the Old Testament department at the Theological College of Zimbabwe.  Kayle taught biblical studies and preaching courses, actively preaching at the college and in the church community.  Pausing from theological education to raise and homeschool four children, the Pelletiers moved to South Africa in 2014 to begin working with SATS.  Kayle continued to be actively involved in teaching and preaching in their local church and community while raising children and is now excited to get back into theological education.