Rev. Ken resides in Wake Forest, North Carolina. He retired from the United Methodist Church in 2007. During his tenure as a minister, he has worked with Martin Luther King Jr., Ralph Abernathy, Jesse Jackson, Hosea Williams, David DuPlessis, Harold Bredesen, John Wimber, Mahesh Chavda, Mark Pearson, Gwen Shaw, and Richard Booker. Rev. Ken is a graduate of Milford Academy, Ohio Wesleyan University (BA in Sociology & Pre-Theological Studies), and Boston University School of Theology (ThM in theology and S.T.M., Pastoral Counseling Track). In addition, he attended the Hebrew University, Jerusalem for Overseas Students in conjunction with the Rothberg School of Overseas Students. He has served the Lord in the United States, Israel, China, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, France, and Germany. In addition, he has directed the New Bedford, MA Drug Treatment Program; worked with the Psychiatric Social Program at Rainbow Half-Way House for mentally challenged men; directed the Counseling Center at the Burrillville, RI UMC; worked with State and Federal Police on the Occult Task Force, RI; and the Deliverance Ministry in Salem, MA. Rev. Ken’s passion is serving Jesus Christ, his Lord, and Savior in the power of the Holy Spirit. Rev. Ken has had the opportunity to be a tour host for 30 trips to the Holy Land; 2014 -2018, Chaplain of the Alton Bay Christian Conference Center; Intercessory Prayer Pastor Wake Forest UMC 2008. He is an active Rotarian, and Chaplain Wake Forest & Alton New Hampshire. He has led teaching trips to China and Southeast Asia including South Korea. In his current service in ministry, he serves as the Elder Pastor at All Nations Church in Raleigh, North Carolina.