KEN KEENE, DIRECTOR OF EDUCATION
Ken Keene serves as the Director of Education. He received his Bachelor of Religious Education from Michigan Theological Seminary (now Moody Theological Seminary) and a Certificate in Bible from Central Bible College. He was a church planter for 3 years and currently serves as a deacon at Revival Tabernacle in Highland Park, MI. He has been married to Rachel for 20 years and is the grateful father of four children.
THREE PLACES, ONE PURPOSE
Life Challenge Ministries, Teen Challenge of Detroit | Toledo | Flint provides hope, healing and help through Jesus Christ for men and women with drug, alcohol and other life-controlling addictions. Our main facility has been operating in Detroit for 53 years, with a campus in Flint and a Crisis Referral Center in Toledo. Under the overarching leadership of Executive Director Rev. Jeff Bonzelaar, each location operates with its appointed directors and supervisors.
“We are launching a new format for our newsletter! You’ll receive a personalized issue with news from the campus you are most closely connected with. Your newsletter will feature a report from the director at your LC location (upcoming events and outreaches, encouraging testimonies, and ways you can help by praying, giving, volunteering). Each of our directors and supervisors serves at Life Challenge because they are called by God, and care deeply about people and helping them find freedom from addiction and new life in Christ.” Rev. Jeff Bonzelaar, Executive Director
You were at New Hope Assembly in Taylor, Mi. 2 weeks ago. I had mentioned in passing, prior to my opening prayer, that I had a daughter that is away from the Lord right now.
Following that service some of the men from your Chior asked if they could pray with me for her. We stood in a large circle and prayed. She called us the following Sunday Night to ask if we could pick her up for church. I trust God is drawing her heart back toward the Truth. I thought your guys might like to know their prayers are working. Please keep praying for Ruth Allen. You may remember for me the theme of that Sunday was ‘UP FROM THE ASHES / BEAUTY IN EXCHANGE FOR THE ASHES.” I really enjoyed the time we had with you and the Chior that day. May God continue to bless the works of your hands and increase the fruits of your labors!!! Sincerely, Mark Allen