Bachelor with honors, Goshen College, 1968. Master in Religious Education, Goshen Biblical Seminary, 1969. Master of Arts, Indiana State University, 1970.
Doctor of Philosophy, Indiana University, 1974. Postdoctoral, Indiana University, 1974.
Principal Katoke Teacher's College, Bukoba, Tanzania, 1970-1972. Associate professor, head/department curriculum development Kenyatta University, Nairobi, 1974-1985. Professor/research scholar University Minnesota, Minneapolis, 1985-1986.
Associate academy dean, director curriculum Martin University, Indianapolis, 1986-1988. Professor, chairman department education Extension Egerton University, Njoro, 1988-1990. Dean faculty of education Egerton University, 1990-1995.
Associate director Kenya Education Staff Institute, Nairobi, 1990-1995. Director Global Linkage Projects, Egerton University, Lancaster, Kenya, England, since 1992. Director Kenya Mennonite Church, Nairobi, since 1988.
Member Association of Third World Studies, since 1990. Presenter in field.
Chairman Bondo Kanu Sub-Branch, Bondo, 1994. Board governors, chairman Makasembo Secondary School, 1990-1995. Associate director African Curriculum Organization, Egerton University, since 1988.
Member Indiana Teachers Association.
Married Ruth Mary Asembo, April 12, 1958. Children: Sally, George, Sammy, Stephen, Samson.