Carolyn Knight joined One Mission Society in 2011. She is a facilitator for church planting movements with Every Community for Christ and a trainer for new missionaries at OMS. Carolyn is currently assigned to three countries in Asia. She also does evangelism in the U.S., forming teams of Christian women to be lights in the darkest places of our cities.
At age 13, Carolyn received a call to missionary service. In 1993, she left for East Africa and worked in Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda for the next 10 years, doing pioneer evangelism and church planting. She helped plant 40 churches. Carolyn also founded four church-planting/pastor training institutes in order to continue the multiplication into the future.
After returning to the United States, Carolyn finished her doctorate of ministry and began teaching full time at Wesley College in the Missions Department and in the Department of Counseling. She also founded a ministry called Light in Darkness. Teams of female evangelists are equipped to go into strip clubs to befriend, evangelize, and rescue women in the sex industry. Prayer teams cover the evangelists. Project teams give holiday gifts and host events to demonstrate the love of God. Legal teams work with police and city officials. This ministry is growing and now has teams working in five states.