Pastor Ken's salvation story is not that of most church leaders. In contrast, the Lord used my years of complete rebellion against God to form me into the man that I am today.  

   In January of 1987, alone at home, He told God that he knew he was a sinner and that Jesus died for his sins. He asked Jesus to forgive him. He knew something had happened. The emptiness and loneliness that he had tried to fill with all kinds of worldly pleasures had left. He cried because he never knew this type of joy. The Lord changed his heart. He no saws " I am now a new creature because I am in Christ" (2 Corinthians 5:17). 

   Ken and his wife Dee were led to First Baptist Church of Morrisville in 1989. Ken  began to serve in Awana and then went on to lead youth group. Ken could see in God's church the people that were hurting inside and deeply wanted to help them. God led him to use his own life’s experience to start a Christ-centered support group for addiction and compulsive behaviors called “New Beginnings”. Ken also led discipleship groups, membership classes and also went on to begin and direct the church ministry of small groups.

Ken went on to become an Elder and was licensed to preach following a conformation interview by First Baptist Church of Newtown’s pastor and elders. 

In 2007 while continuing his responsibilities as Elder, he was also hired as Pastor of Assimilation and Small Group Ministries. 

Life Verse: John 3:3 “Truly, truly, I say to you, unless one is born again he cannot see the kingdom of God.”

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