Dr. Kenneth and Rejane Eagleton will be serving as Missionaries in Residence (MIR) at Randall University in Moore, OK, beginning in August for the 2021-22 school year. Kenneth Eagleton currently exercises a dual role of Director of Field Partnerships and field missionary work in Brazil.
As MIR, they will live on the Randall University campus, teach intercultural courses, and interact with students. During their stateside assignment, the Eagletons will also be available for missionary services and special meetings. Kenneth will also continue to serve as IM’s Director of Field Partnerships.
President Bob Thompson expresses his thoughts concerning Randall University,
"The administration, faculty, and staff are excited to have Dr. Eagleton and his wife, Rejane Eagleton, as our Missionaries in Residence during the 2021-22 school year. Their presence on our campus will aid us in encouraging our students' involvement in worldwide missions. It is our desire and prayer that Randall University become a Great Commission University. As the Eagletons teach and serve on Randall's campus, we hope that our students will be impacted and challenged to answer the call to missions by saying, 'Here am I, send me.'"
The Eagletons were appointed as missionaries to Ivory Coast in 1984, where they served through 2002, then were reassigned to Brazil in 2013. Kenneth initially focused on medical work in Ivory Coast but switched to leadership training there and in Brazil. He also assumed the position of Regional Director for Latin America and Africa from 2012 to 2017 before accepting the Director of Field Partnerships at IM position in 2018.