I have had the privilege of meeting Ken on several occasions. Ken is a fun loving guy. One year we were at the same fall conference and after the conference in the the large lobby of the church we, and others, were involved in a large finger blaster battle which carried out into the parking lot and even to the restaurant parking lot afterward. Ken takes this energy, as he minsters to the leaders and children in his area, to build relationships and to reach kids for the Kingdom.
As I always do, I asked Ken some questions and below are his responses. My prayer is that this will help you get to know him, his family and ministry a little bit better:
How long have you been an Awana Missionary?
I have served for 18 years.
What area do you serve?
I serve the area of Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
# of churches under your care:
Currently there are 110 churches using Awana in this area.
Fun Facts: Favorite food, favorite sport, something interesting people don’t know about you, etc…(whatever info you want to share):
Favorite food is baby back ribs! Love to play golf, especially in Myrtle Beach every February. Love the Boston Red Sox, the last two years have received a clergy pass and can attend any game at Fenway Park for a nominal fee.
Why are you an Awana Missionary?
I am an Awana Missionary because God called me to this ministry.
Share something God is doing in your ministry:
We had ten new clubs start last year and four more are starting next month in March.
What advice would you give to a local Awana Commander or Leader?
Continue to trust God for leadership and be an example to your current leaders in Bible memory work.
How can we specifically pray for you over the next month?
Pray for the new clubs starting and for our Trek Super Saturday on February 26.
Ministry website(s): www.awananewengland.org
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