Associate Professor of Christian Education
- M.A., Talbot Theological Seminary
- B.A., Azusa Pacific University
Professor Keehn has served for over 20 years in youth ministry in both large and small churches. After teaching ministry courses for Talbot seminary and BIOLA University for twelve years in an adjunct role, Professor Keehn joined the faculty in the fall of 2009. His passion is to develop church leaders for future generations to follow. Professor Keehn’s expertise in developing ministry programs to reach and disciple the Millennial generation and their families. He has spoken at numerous conferences and continues to be involved on a church pastoral staff in Dana Point, CA.
- South Shores Church, Dana Point, CA.
- LEAD222 leadership network for youth pastors
- Orange County Fire Authority. (Serve as battalion chaplain)
Awards and Honors
- Proclamation from County of Orange for outstanding volunteer work: 2008
- Proclamations from City of Rancho Cucamonga for outstanding volunteer work: 1998, 2001
- Graduated Magna Cum Laude: Azusa Pacific University: 1991
- Dean's List: Azusa Pacific University: 1989, 1990, 1991
- Outstanding Senior in Religion: Azusa Pacific University; 1991
- Who's Who in Christian Leadership, 1989
- Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, 1991
“Factors that promote longevity in youth ministry.” Unpublished Master's Thesis, Talbot Theological Seminary, Biola University, 1997.
Articles & Chapters
“Looking around – evaluating your ministry.”The NET, Willow Creek Association web-based publishing. Chicago, IL: 2007.
“Can we speak their language.”The NET, Willow Creek Association web-based publishing. Chicago, IL: 2007.
“Followship.”The NET, Willow Creek Association web-based publishing. Chicago, IL: 2005.
“Coaching students to be tools in God’s Hands”The NET, Willow Creek Association web-based publishing. Chicago, IL: 2004.
“Connecting with students in a busy world”The NET, Willow Creek Association web-based publishing. Chicago, IL: 2004.
“How to thrive long-term.”Group Magazine May/June 2000.