Who is Ken Moser?
Ken was born in Alaska, raised in Phoenix, Arizona, studied in California for a few years and then jumped on a sailing yacht and sailed for a year finally arriving in Australia. He completed a Bachelor of Theology from Moore Theological College in Sydney, Masters of Arts in Theology from Morling Baptist College and PhD in Practical Theology (supervisor Malan Nel) at University of Pretoria.
Since 1986, Ken has worked at four different churches as the youth minister in Australia and Canada. These churches ranged from large, well established churches with sizable youth ministries to church plants with a youth ministry that was just starting out. For the past 11 years he was the professor of youth ministry at Briercrest College and Seminary (2010-2021)
Ken is presently the Professor of Youth Ministry at Tyndale Theological Seminary in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
He is married to Julie, a veteran youth minister and youth ministry trainer.
A word from Ken ...
It is my life’s goal to equip and encourage youth leaders to change the world through effective youth ministry. For too long we have tried to win this world for Christ through entertainment, purposeless activities or mindless games. We have adopted strategies in youth ministry that actually work against us rather than for us. This world does not need us to provide entertainment. It needs us to show it life and life to the full. We have underestimated the power of young people to take Jesus Christ seriously. We have meekly accepted the fact that most of our youth will fall away or are disinterested in reaching out to their friends. This does not need to be the case. We need youth ministries that are committed to Christian disciplines such as Bible study and prayer. We need to structure and shape our groups to be Christian communities that build strong followers of Jesus. We need to build youth ministries that are solid and long lasting. We must learn to run a youth program that is solid in content, builds good community, and is highly enjoyable at the same time.
It is my hope and prayer that this website will be a help to you and those in your care.