Georgia Witt,

Serving the Lord in Kenya



Georgia WittGeorgia Witt serves the Lord through The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS) as a career missionary in Kenya. She works as a seminary librarian at Matongo Lutheran Theological College (MLTC) located in western Kenya. She works closely with Concordia Theological Seminary in Fort Wayne, Ind., and the Chemnitz Library Project to set up an automated library system and provide online services for the seminary students. Georgia assists seminary students with their research needs, with accessing resources and with navigating the college’s library. She also helps organize the new library facility, working with leadership to determine resource placement, layout and patron flow. When needed, she teaches English at the seminary as well.

Georgia was born in Chicago, Ill., and her home congregation is Christ Lutheran Church, Platte Woods, Mo. She received a bachelor’s degree in education from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. She also did some graduate work at Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, and earned an academic minor degree in library science. Before heading to the mission field, she taught kindergarten- through high school-aged students in Illinois and Texas. She also worked as the district librarian for Orange Grove Independent School District in Texas. In addition, Georgia served as an international teacher in Bogota, Colombia, and as a missionary teacher in Cameroon, Africa, prior to her serving in Kenya.



Please pray for Georgia as she serves in Kenya. Pray that God gives her strength and peace as she continues to settle into living and serving in Kenya. Ask God to sustain her as she is away from family and friends in the United States and is lonely and missing them. Pray for her ease in learning the college’s library system. Ask God to bless Georgia with good health and abundant stamina so she is able to serve the seminarians in their learning and research. Let us give thanks to God for Georgia serving His children in this part of the world.


Special Dates

  • Birthday: March 13
  • Home District: Missouri


Learn More

  • Georgia was recently interviewed on Worldwide KFUO's Faith & Family program about the work she is doing in Kenya. Take a listen to this interview, which aired on March 1, 2017.
  • Learn more about the work being done in Kenya and in the Africa region.


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