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Kip serves as the “World Missions Evangelist” for the International Christian Churches – now the fastest spreading Christian movement in the world!Another milestone was achieved in 2012, as decades of dreams and prayers were fulfilled with the founding of the International College of Christian Ministries (ICCM) in Los Angeles.In October 2006, after a valiant three-year effort to bring reform to the crumbling International Churches of Christ (ICOC), the Holy Spirit used Kip, soon joined by other valiant disciples on every continent, to initiate the new Portland / Sold Out Discipling Movement!In May 2007, Kip and Elena Mc Kean – alongside 40 other disciples from Portland – planted the City of Angels International Christian Church, which now has 1,300 at their Sunday Services!“Then Jesus turned to His disciples and said privately, ‘Blessed are the eyes that see what you see.For I tell you that many prophets and kings wanted to see what you see but did not see it, and to hear what you hear but did not hear it.'” The primary purposes of this exciting narration are to honor God with the truth and to encourage those who have never had the dream – or perhaps have lost it – to share in Jesus’ dream of the “evangelization of all nations in this generation.” (1 Timothy 2:3-4) Since we live in an age in which the proliferation of information is often distorted, I have sought to carefully investigate and document with first-hand accounts – including my own – the incredible story of the spread of true Christianity from the 1970’s to this very day.Of note in 1979, Kip and Elena were invited to lead the Lexington Church of Christ (later renamed the Boston Church of Christ).From these “30 would-be-disciples,” the Spirit ignited a movement of churches known as the Boston Movement and in 1994 renamed the International Churches of Christ.
Some of the more progressive Mainline Churches of Christ desired to impact the secular college campus and initially modeled their efforts after Campus Crusade.
Kip’s tenacious embrace of Jesus’ radical dream “to evangelize the nations in a generation,” his bold theological reforms, his personal warmth coupled with his charismatic and uncompromising Bible preaching, allowed the Spirit to take the Gospel from one small dying church in Boston to become almost 400 churches in 171 of the 196 nations of the world by the year 2000!
Then as this noble effort was being tragically decimated in 2001, 20, God sent Kip on a rocky path of suffering and redemption.
Thomas Wayne Mc Kean II (May 31, 1954 – present) was named after his ancestor Thomas Mc Kean, who was a signer of the Declaration of Independence.
(His mother nicknamed him “Kip.”) In 2003, Kip became the Evangelist for the Portland International Church of Christ.