Caleb and Erin Kohl

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Kohl Family Bio

Caleb and Erin Kohl are serving as church planters in Berlin in the former East Germany side of town. They are joining an amazing team in efforts to start several Micro Churches amongst German speaking Germans and also other nationalities that have been displaced or on the move.

A little about their background:

Caleb Kohl was raised in Ramsey, MN where he attended an alliance church (Nowthen Alliance) and committed himself to the Lord while on a mission’s trip to an Indian Reservation. Then he was called to full time ministry, studied and graduated from Crown College and met a beautiful woman named Erin.

Erin is a Hoosier... from Indiana (Go Colts!). She also grew up in the Alliance (Hope Church). She attended and graduated from Taylor University with an Elementary Degree and enjoyed teaching. She went on a mission’s trip to Spain in 2007 upon meeting a handsome man named Caleb.

After an angelic wedding, Caleb and Erin went to Alliance Theological Seminary in NY for two years. Viola was born during this time. Then they served in Ft. Wayne, IN and Lilly was born. Shortly after they moved to Newark, OH for a church planting effort and Josiah was born.

After which they were appointed to go overseas, but the week before flying they were rerouted to NE Germany (by means of Caleb’s type 1 diabetes). There in Germany, Roselyn was born within the 1st year. God has done amazing things over the years.

Updated: August 08, 2020

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Pistorious Strasse 15 Berlin
Berlin, 13086

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