Ken sees his life as an unfolding of God’s grace from beginning to end. Looking back, he can see God taking the initiative to call him from his earliest years. Ken’s childhood beliefs gradually became an adult faith as God continued to lead him into a fuller trust in Jesus as both his Lord and his Savior during high school and college. And since then, God has continued to call Ken into a fuller and richer understanding and experience of God’s inexhaustible, unfathomable grace.
Ken met his future wife, Cindy, at a college Christian fellowship, and they have enjoyed serving and growing in the Lord as husband and wife, partners, and best friends for more than thirty-five years. Together they have experienced the joys and trials of parenting three children. They love animals, and their lives are enriched by their Labradoodle and two Cornish Rex cats. Better yet, they are now doting grandparents to two grandsons and a granddaughter. Cindy and Ken feel especially privileged when they are able to partner in ministry, especially teaching.
Ken loves worshiping the Lord through song, and he plays guitar and leads Windsor Chapel’s worship team. He believes that as we come before the Lord in worship, the Lord meets us in a unique way that can speak to our hearts and change us from the inside out.
Ken’s favorite Bible verse is from the gospel of John: “And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we have seen his glory, glory as of the only Son from the Father, full of grace and truth.” In a world filled with lies and errors, prejudice, selfishness, greed and hatred, Ken believes that Windsor Chapel, at its best, is a place where God’s truth and grace, mercy and love as embodied in Jesus are available to every person.