Kenyon Knapp

I grew up in Mahopac, NY, about 1 hour north of New York City in a Christian home with my mom, dad, brother and sister. I was active in our church youth group, Christian camps (Deerfoot Lodge, Word of Life camps, Good Tidings Bible Conference), and many other things. I got my B.A. in Psychology from Taylor University (awesome place!) in ’92, then my M.S. in Community Counseling from GA State in ’96, my Ph.D. in Counselor Education in ’01, and took my ’96 diploma and made it into a ’05 M.S. in Christian Psychological Studies.

I have been in Christian Counseling for many years, and love to help people through hard times. I have worked as an adjunct professor at Ole Miss, Itawamba Community College, and Mississippi Virtual Community College. I have also been a full-time prof at MS State, Troy University, and now Mercer University.

I am married with 4 kids. I became a Christian when I was 5 years old- hearing how Jesus can forgive us for all our bad stuff and then take us to heaven when we die…made perfect sense to me as a 5 year old…and even more as I get older.

My Life

  • Friends describe me
    enthusiastic, ambitious
  • Hobbies
    singing, hiking, hunting
  • Fantasy dinner guests
    Dr. Ravi Zacharias, Gary Thomas, Dr. Peter Kreeft
  • In college I drove
    nothing for the first 2 years, then a Jeep Cherokee
  • Worst school subject
  • College for undergrad degree
    Taylor University- awesome place!
  • Best advice I ever got
    only one life, twil soon be past, and only what's done for Christ will last!
  • Favorite books
    Anything by Ravi Zacharias,
  • Favorite movies
    Red Dawn, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Lord of the Rings trilogy
  • Favorite city
    wherever my family is.
  • Favorite coffee
    don't like coffee, but tea is good.
  • Nobody knows I
    ..nothing. I tell all to some trusted friends.
  • If I were not a professor, I would
    be an M.D., or a building contractor, or a missionary, or a zillions other things- I have enough dreams for 25 lifetimes!
  • Latest accomplishment
    About to teach Systematic Theology at my church- deep stuff.
  • Quote

    Counselor Education Dept.

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