Ken Koon is a husband, father, military chaplain and founder of Armed Forces Mission. Ken and Sherry have four grown sons and make their home in Sharpsburg, Georgia.
Commissioned into the US Army Reserve in 1991, Ken currently serves as the family life chaplain for more than 7,500 soldiers and their families in the 80th Training Command. Ken has trained more than 32,000 soldiers in many of the relationship principles he shares in his most recent book 31 DAYS FROM NOW. Married, since 1986, Ken has developed a passion for marriage mentoring that strengthens good marriages and restores broken ones.
Ken is a Master Trainer of Suicide Intervention and has conducted more than 500 successful interventions. He has been on radio and TV programming to provide insights into ways communities can address suicide awareness and prevention.
When he is not directly teaching or speaking on the subject of suicide awareness and intervention, he can be found leading couple's retreats, Courageous Men's Weekend gatherings, preaching on the Substance of Restored Hope, or speaking to corporations on the power of personal and corporate ethics. All of which in his words, "leads to greater personal resilience and restored hope."
Ken is the developer of Listen-Learn-Lead Suicide Intervention Training. Learn more about L3 at the official site of Armed Forces Mission. Click here
Whether you are the CEO in need of a corporate keynote speaker; a pastor in need of a day off from the pulpit; or you are looking to host the I WILL INTERVENE CHALLENGE, one and two day workshops, book Chaplain Ken for your next event.
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