Bob Jones University Confers Honorary Doctorate on Ken Endean

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GREENVILLE, S.C. (May 11, 2016) – At its 89th commencement exercises Friday, May 6, Bob Jones University honored Ken Endean of Chandler, Arizona, president and chief executive officer of International Baptist College and Seminary, by conferring on him an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree.

Endean earned a BA in Bible in 1983, an MA in Pastoral Studies in 1985 and a SMin in 2014, all from BJU.

Prior to being elected as president of International Baptist College and Seminary, Endean served as pastor of Cornerstone Baptist Church in Scarborough, Maine; assistant pastor for youth at First Baptist Church of Troy, Michigan; residence hall supervisor and assistant dean of men at BJU and staff member at the Wild’s Christian Camp and Conference Center in Brevard, North Carolina.

Endean has also served as a member of the Board of Directors for the American Association of Christian Schools, president of the New England Association of Christian Schools, president of the Maine Association of Christian Schools, regional director of Fundamental Baptist Fellowship International, member-at-large for the BJU Alumni Association and vice president and board member for New England Baptist Missions.

Endean has preached across the country in many churches, camps and retreats. He has also preached in a number of countries and served on mission trips to Austria, the Bahamas, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, Saipan and Zambia.

He and his wife, Judy, have been married for nearly twenty-nine years and are the parents of Kristopher, Timothy and Katelyn. The Endean’s have one granddaughter.

 

 

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