You are invited to Halesford Baptist Church for our Fall Revival November 4 – 7, 2018. Each night we will have a time of worship and dynamic Bible teaching. We look forward to seeing you there. Services will begin at 7:00pm.
Dr. King grew up in the metro area of Atlanta, Georgia. He became an Atlanta Police Officer as he was finishing his undergraduate degree at Georgia State University. In 1991, Dr. King left law enforcement to answer his call to the ministry. He left Georgia to pursue education and ministry opportunities in Texas, North Carolina, Kentucky, Colorado, Virginia, and South Africa. In addition to teaching at the Liberty University Rawlings School of Divinity, he is the pastor of Palestine Baptist Church located near Smith Mountain Lake, Va. He serves as the M.Div. Director and Professor of Homiletics and Historical Theology. He received the Rawlings School of Divinity Teacher of the Year Award (2015-2016) and the Dr. Daniel R. Mitchell Teacher of the Year by the Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary student body (2013). He is the husband of Joy Akin King (his high school sweetheart), father to Daylee, Kevin Jr., and Julianna, and grandfather to Sebastian and Solomon Tapia.
Tuesday Night Speaker
Keith comes to Liberty University after serving for 15 years as both the Founding Executive Director and the Founding Camp Director of Carolina Creek Christian Camps, in Huntsville, Texas. Keith was also the catalyst of turning a vision of a non-denominational Christian sports camp into a reality. As the Executive Director of Carolina Creek, Keith was responsible for fundraising, Board development, site planning, camp operations, camp facilities, retreats, summer camp programs, hiring and supervising camp full-time personnel, maintaining and monitoring camp finances (both operational and capital), and recruiting summer staff and campers. Keith’s passion for God’s Word, and his creative, energetic, and interactive style of teaching ministers to both students and adults of all ages.
While attending TCU and the University of Arkansas, Keith worked for five years in a variety of capacities at Kanakuk Christian Sports Camp in Branson, Mo. As an athletic trainer, he worked with several Olympic athletes and the University of Arkansas Razorbacks. Keith is married to the love of his life, Carrie. Together, they have four amazing children: Emily, Christopher, Joshua, and David.