Past articles by Ken Walker
Making an Impact in America’s Poorest County
PE News, July 12, 2017
Frankie Rowe can read most of his Bible now, thanks to literacy training at Jolo Family Worship Center. Still, he looks forward to taking more classes once the Assemblies of God church in rural West Virginia finishes its new Family Life Center. READ MORE
The Eyes Have It
Ministry Today, March/April 2017
No one would have blamed Ben and Laura Harrison for sinking into a pit of despair when the first child came into the world suffering from glaucoma and a rare eye condition. Thankfully, they avoided the trap of self-pity and used their entrepreneurial genius to craft a solution, one that helped their son, Jonas Paul, and children around the world.
PE News, July 29, 2016
Nathaniel Olemaun hopes to return to his hometown in a couple of years with a degree in elementary education. In addition to teaching, he plans to become a missionary to Alaskan Natives in Barrow. A student at the University of Alaska-Fairbanks, the member of the Chi Alpha Campus Ministries, U.S.A. chapter is preparing for his future discipleship assignment by forming a small group during the fall semester.
“Alaskan Natives trust a Native more than other people,” says Olemaun, a member of the Inupiaq (commonly known as Eskimos) people. “I already know the community and how people will react.” READ MORE
“Lee Strobel Touches Countless Lives”
Today’s Christian Living, November 2015
Lee Strobel’s books read like riveting detective novels. From the very first page, readers are drawn into the story by fascinating details expertly woven together with vivid imagery. That the man who writes such colorful prose is a former hard-nosed, skeptical journalist — who spent nearly two years investigating the claims of Christ before believing them — makes his story even more powerful. And what a story it is. The results of that personal probe later produced The Case for Christ. The detailed account of Lee’s search of Scripture and scholarly sources remains the best-selling of his dozen-plus books, with more than five million copies in print. READ MORE
Modern-Day Resurrections: Are They Real?
Charisma, June 2015
After lying below the surface of an ice-covered Missouri lake for 15 minutes in mid-January, doctors didn’t give John Smith much chance to live, let alone be honing his summer league basketball skills.
Nor is his survival the only startling element of this miraculous story. After rescue workers pulled him from the icy lake about 40 miles west of St. Louis, the teenager spent another half hour without a pulse. READ MORE