Kenny and Rebekah first met at Vanguard University in Costa Mesa, California. They ministered together in Hollywood, skid row in Los Angeles, and in Mexico thoughout their time in college. They both went to YWAM to do their Discipleship Training School during college, and they graduated from Vanguard University with degrees in Cross-cultural Ministry, Cultural Anthropology, International Business, and Music. Kenny and Rebekah married in 1995, and they dedicated their family to the vision of following Jesus; whatever, wherever, and whenever. God called them to the nations as missionaries with Youth With A Mission for incredible 12 years. They traveled to dozens of nations leading outreach teams and seeing so many to come to Christ. They served as leaders in Mission Adventures, Discipleship Training Schools, and Schools of Worship, and have traveled all over the world with Raised2walk Ministries to teach in more than 50 discipleship training schools to date. In 2006, God moved Kenny and Rebekah to HRock Church in Pasadena, California where they served for 10 years as worship pastors. Kenny and Rebekah developed and cultivated a thriving multi-generational worship community that had 120 artists, worship leaders, musicians, intercessors, and pastors in training. They also led many outreaches to Mexico and various nations in Africa and Europe through Raised2walk. In May of 2016, Kenny and Rebekah stepped down from HRock Church and moved to Marietta, Georgia to pursue a new season of apostolic ministry through Raised2walk Ministries. Kenny and Rebekah are fueled by a deep calling on their lives to take as many as they can to minister to as many as they can through missions. They burn with a passion to train and mentor young men and women from every sphere to know the Love of God, to grow in their knowledge of the Word of God, and to be empowered to help usher in the greatest awakening in history. Kenny and Rebekah’s greatest joy is being parents of 4 incredible children. Their deepest passion is to love and disciple their children into their own destinies with God.