Ken was incredible! He was personable and kept everyone's attention from the beginning to the end. After the event ended, he was extremely gracious, staying well past his scheduled time to take photos and speak personally with all guests.
Ken Bevel is a native of Jacksonville, Florida and has been a member of Sherwood Baptist Church since February 2007. After 20 years of active service in the United States Marine Corps, including tours of duty in Irag and Afghanistan, Ken retired to serve in the ministry. Associate Pastor of Assimilation and Events" at Sherwood Baptist Church. His responsibilities include coordination of major events, coordination of the Security, Usher and Greeter ministries and lastly assisting new members and visitors with connecting to the Body of Christ and the Sherwood Family. In addition to his daily responsibilities, Ken may be recognized by his role as Lieutenant Michael Simmons in the 2008 inspirational movie "Fireproof" and for his role as Nathan Hayes in "Courageous." Ken is a graduate of the University of Memphis with a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Engineering Technology and a graduate of the Naval Postgraduate School with a Master of Business Administration degree in Logistics Management. He has been interviewed on numerous TV shows including "Fox and Friends" and "Huckabee" and "Glen Beck." Ken and Lauana have been happily married for 15 years and two children, Kyra and Kaleb.
Featured Keynote Programs
Ken Bevel talks about his experience in the Marine Corps and his own personal journey towards a closer, more courageous walk with the Lord.
The Importance of Fathers
Ken Bevel, who starred in the movies Courageous and Fireproof, discusses how important fathers are in the lives of their children. He also talks about Sherwood Pictures and the movies they have produced.
Ken Bevel came last night to talk to the Carver team. He was incredible. I had no idea what his "story" was--but he shared it and he captivated them. It was remarkable. There is no "story" better than his for this group of young men to have heard.