About Kenneth: I am a 65-year-old United Methodist pastor and writer, serving two small-membership churches in the West Nashville area. Since moving to Middle Tennessee in 1993, I have lived 14 years in Williamson County. Twelve of those years are at my present address on Sunny Side Drive.
I am the father of two daughters: Caitlin, 16, and Ellie, 14, both enrolled at Franklin High School. Another role is caregiver for my 87-year-old mother, Billie Jean.
In addition to the Christian ministry, my career in Middle Tennessee includes directing public relations for the Nashville Rescue Mission, and as press secretary for the Tennessee House of Representatives Democratic Caucus. I also worked as a journalist for the Washington Post and other publications in the Washington, D.C., area for 15 years.
As PR director for the Mission, I won two Parthenon Awards from the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) Nashville Chapter for my work, including "Best of Show" and "Best Nonprofit Campaign." I also won twelve press association awards for my reporting and editing before relocating to Middle Tennessee.
I earned my B.A. in Philosophy at George Mason University, and M.Div. at Vanderbilt University. 
For the past eight years, I have served on the Williamson County Democratic Party Executive Committee. Previously, I served on the boards of the Nashville Chapter of PRSA and the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC).