Rev. Kenneth Myers began his ministry in South Texas in 1965 and was ordained in 1969. Prior to entering the ministry he was a very successful businessman in the retail industry, and those talents served him well during his ministry.
Initially he pastored the Assembly of God in Weslaco, Texas, and became Presbyter of the Rio Grande Valley Section of South Texas. In 1976 he and his family were on their way to attend the District Camp Meeting when a truck veered into his lane of traffic and struck his car head-on killing his first wife Barbara and totally disrupting his life. Two years later he was elected to the position of South Texas District Christian Education Director. After several years of service in that capacity the district asked him and his new wife Florine to become the Executive Treasurer of the District where he served until the configuration of the district administrative structure eliminated that position.
He then pastored in Kennedy, Texas, until his retirement from pastoral ministry. Ultimately, he became a counselor for the Christian TV ministry in Houston, TX, and served in various capacities of leadership and teaching at Glad Tidings Assembly of God, Houston. His ministry was always uplifting and directed to help those in need find Christ as the answer to all their issues.
In his senior years he and his wife reside in Georgetown, Texas, but he remains astute to the Word of God and a desire to help others in any way possible.
Used by permission of Kenneth Myers.