About Ken




Birthday: October 18


Married: Diane Keller 10-12-1990


Children: Kaili and Dana


Education: Talbot Theological Seminary – Masters of Arts in Christian Education

Lancaster Bible College – Bachelor of Science in Bible

Favorite Scripture: Colossians 3:1-3 “Therefore if you have been raised up with Christ, keep seeking the things above, where Christ is seated at the right hand of God.  Set your mind on the things above, not on the things that are on earth.  For you have died and your life is hidden with Christ in God.”

 2 Timothy 4:7 – “I have fought the good fight, I have finished the course, I have kept the faith;”


Hero: Nate Saint and his four comrades who were martyred by Auca tribesmen in the jungles of Ecuador.  All those who sacrifice greatly to unleash the Gospel. 


Favorite Authors: A. W. Tozer, Elisabeth Elliot, Randy Alcorn, Andy Stanley, Frank Peretti, John MacArthur, Jr.


Favorite Foods: Medium rare steak, Seafood, Wings, Mexican, Chinese, fresh salads.


Favorite Movie: Remember the Titans.  I like movies with happy endings and love that the story of my life will have a spectacular ending because of Jesus.    


Hobbies and Interests: Hanging out with Diane, Kaili and Dana (I love when we all laugh together). Hunting Whitetail Deer with my two daughters, enjoying God’s great outdoors, playing sports, watching the Eagles, Phillies, and 76ers play, (though painful at times), feeding the birds, reading a good book, visiting the ocean, sitting by a campfire, listening to music that points me to Jesus...   


Favorite all time car: 1967 Chevy II Super Sport


Favorite sport to play: Soccer


Favorite Quotes: A.W. Tozer from his book “That Incredible Christian” – “The Christian soon learns that if he would be victorious as a son of heaven among men on earth he must not follow the common pattern of mankind, but rather the contrary.  That he may be safe he puts himself in jeopardy; he loses his life to save it and is in danger of losing it if he attempts to preserve it.  He goes down to get up.  If he refuses to go down he is already down, but when he starts down he is on his way up.”

 Orson Welles – “If you want a happy ending, that depends, of course, on where you stop your story.”