Kauai pastor moving to plant new church

KAPAA — After sharing God’s word on Kauai for six years, Kauai Bible College Pastor Curtis Zeigler will be moving to Portland, Oregon, to start a new church.

“For me, it’s the calling that God placed on my life,” he said.

Zeigler, in addition to former KBC student Ben Clawson, Olelo Christian Academy principal Scott Elledge and KBC Academic Dean Julian Sacramento, will travel to Oregon on June 11.

Zeigler also said he and his team members will become involved in the community through events like feeding the homeless, helping sports needs and seeing what the biggest needs are for the culture.

Although many Crossroads Christian Fellowship members are sad to see Zeigler go, they believe in his decision, including pastor Bob Hallman.

“It’s kind of bittersweet, he’s became a real good friend of all of ours,” Hallman said. “This is a vision of the whole church. It’s an effort that involves all of us.”

CCF has also performed a bit of fundraising to support Zeigler’s mission.

Located on the bypass in Kapaa, CCF is committed to sending out equipped followers of Christ. This will be the fifth church CCF has commissioned.


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