Chuck Missler, the founder of Koinonioa House, prolific author and encourager for those who study the Bible, has died at the age of 83. Koinonioa House, a publisher and conference organizer, announced his death Tuesday. Missler died peacefully at his home in Reporoa, New Zealand, to which he moved following his retirement from full-time involvement in Koinonia, which is based in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.
He was preceded in death by his wife and Koinonia co-founder, Nancy Missler, in 2015. She founded The King’s High Way Ministries. Both Misslers were raised in Southern California, and they were married after Chuck Missler took his commission in the Air Force and completed flight training. He later became the branch chief of the Department of Guided Missiles, and started and salvaged several private corporations. READ MORE