Kenny grew up in Harlem in a nominal Christian home. It wasn't until he went away to college on a baseball scholarship that he encountered Jesus personally, and was profoundly changed. He accepted the call of God on his life, and left behind a professional career in baseball to become a pastor. Kenny graduated from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary with a Master of Arts in Church Ministries.

Kenny considers himself a drum major for justice, and lives his life on a passionate pursuit of the least, the last, and the lost. Kenny is currently planting a church in Harlem, where he lives with his wife, two sons, and Rottweiler Zoe.


Workshop Session 5: The Role of Race and Place in Urban Church Planting
How has race shaped our vision of Christianity, the church, and ourselves? How have cities been zoned and structured to maintain segregation, while the church has been largely complicit with those structures? These are some of the questions that we will answer as we seek to build a vision for the church that sees justice, love, and mercy as our main apologetic for gospel movement.
Time: Thursday, 8:45 – 9:45am
Location: Education Building (E1) - Room 317

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