Ken Wetmore’s greatest desire is to love God, love people, and serve the world. In January of 2016 he received the invitation to serve as the senior pastor at Madison Campus Seventh-day Adventist Church. Ken is excited to be a part of such a historic church and for the opportunities the Madison Campus Church offers to share the Good News not only in Nashville but throughout the world.
Supporting Ken’s call to ministry are his wife, Rachelle, and their two teenage children, Kyla and Eric. Ken and Rachelle have been married for 21 years and Rachelle is teacher. Ken and Rachelle graduated from Southern Adventist University in 1999. After graduating they moved to Guam to serve a two-year mission call with Rachelle working at Guam Adventist Academy and Ken doing public relations for the Guam Micronesia Mission and working at the church’s FM radio station, Joy 92. At the end of the two years Ken was hired to work in secular radio news and that career eventually led him to be the co-anchor of the 6 o’clock television news at KUAM, an NBC affiliate on Guam.
In 2005 Ken, Rachelle, and Kyla, with Eric on the way moved to Calhoun, Georgia where Ken served as Communication Director for the Georgia-Cumberland Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. In 2007 Ken received a call to pastor the Cheney and Upper Columbia Academy Seventh-day Adventist Churches and in 2012 he accepted a call from the Kentucky-Tennessee Conference of Seventh-day Adventists to serve as Youth Director.
As you can see Ken’s career has had several twists and turns. Those twists and turns have only confirmed his belief in the words of Psalm 32:8 (NLT) The LORD says, “I will guide you along the best pathway for your life. I will advise you and watch over you.” Ken’s passion is to follow God’s will for his life and to help others discover God’s will for their life.