To live is Christ and to die is gain.
As a pastor of nearly a decade, a husband for over 30 years and a father for 29 years, God has blessed me with this life. I have the privilege of teaching the Word of God for a living and bringing along others in this journey. And yet, as this verse in the book of Philippians says, this life is not the ultimate goal. To one day be with my Savior is gain; that is the ultimate goal. At the Chapel, we welcome
and love people from all walks of life, understanding that God’s purpose for us is to love one another and follow Christ while we live so we may join Him one day in our true home and bring glory to Him.
My own journey began when I came to know Christ 25 years ago. I soon felt the call to ministry and began my studies at Dallas Theological Seminary, where I obtained my ThM (Masters in Theology). There, I became an ordained minister and have served at the Chapel for over 7 years.
I’ve been blessed to be supported by my wife, Patti and my children, Sean, Jackie, and Megan.
Keith attended Dallas Theological Seminary from September 2000 to May 2006, where he graduated with his Master of Theology Degree (Th.M.). During his time there, he was ordained July 7, 2003 at Firewheel Bible Fellowship Garland TX.
In 2005, Keith coauthored a Bible study for non-believers for EvanTell Inc. with oversight by Dr. R. Larry Moyer and Dr. Charles Ryrie.
In 1994, Keith received the Evangelism award known as the Matthew 4:19 Award from EvanTell, Inc.