Director of Ministry Support
MA, Christian Studies, Trinity Western Seminary
BA, Communications, Trinity Western University
As the Director of Ministry Support, Keith manages various initiatives and short-term projects, including Teaching Churches, devotionals, and equipping events. Prior to his time at MB Seminary, Keith served as an associate pastor at an MB church for eight years. He is also a student, currently working on his Doctor of Ministry degree.
Keith was born and raised in Washington, but he settled in British Columbia after completing his studies at Trinity Western University. He is a fan of sports (especially his beloved Seattle teams), numbers, comedy, and fixing things. When he visits his childhood home, he sometimes works on his 1972 Volkswagen Beetle which he hopes to get running again.
Keith and his wife Melissa have two children and their family attends North Langley Community Church.
“Discernment in the Local Church: What Our Congregational Discussion on Women in Ministry Leadership Taught Us about the Anabaptist Practice of Community Hermeneutics ” with Brad Sumner in Renewing Identity and Mission: Mennonite Brethren Reflections after 150 Years, edited by Abe J. Dueck, Bruce L. Guenther, and Doug Heidebrecht, 201-214. Winnipeg: Kindred Productions, 2011.