“I really enjoyed those years touring and performing,” Ken stated. “I learned a lot about entertaining and saw first-hand how music can touch lives.” In fact one of his most memorable experiences is the main reason Ken began his new music ministry Acoustic Sincerity.
For the past decade, Ken chose not to perform much due to dedicating most of his time to family. In preparation for the new phase of his music, Ken learned to play guitar, started writing songs, became active in songwriter organizations, and participated in church choir. Now that his daughter is college age, he plans to return to sharing music regularly through his music ministry Acoustic Sincerity which is tailored to small church congregations.
Ken is ready to be an “instrument.” If his first program is any indication, Ken will be used through Acoustic Sincerity in a great way. When Ken arrived at the first service scheduled for Acoustic Sincerity, he was told that the pastor was taken to the hospital earlier that morning and the possibility of the pastor recovering was grim. Ken led the congregation to pray for the minister and his family. A few days later, Ken visited the pastor who was still in the hospital but he looked great. The pastor revealed that on Sunday morning “something happened” and he got better! There’s no doubt in Ken’s mind that the “something” was the prayers offered by the pastor’s congregation on his behalf!
Here's one of Ken's songs "Cheering for You" inspired by Hebrews 12's reference of the great cloud of witnesses.
Acoustic Sincerity’s mission is to Encourage, Restore and Challenge rural and small town churches. And hopefully this blog will encourage Ken in this new endeavor!
You can find out more about Ken, Acoustic Sincerity and find his music at: www.acousticsincerity.com; Amazon; Spotify; Youtube; Google; Rdio; Twitter; FaceBook! Take a few minutes and take a listen. He has a great message and a great heart. Write a comment to encourage. Ken and I both would like to hear from you. Thanks!