Keith Koteskey is Assistant Professor of Christian Ministries at Bethel. Prior to coming to Bethel, he served in pastoral ministry for twenty-one years. During his tenure in ministry, Keith has served a wide variety of congregations – serving at larger, established churches and planting two new churches in Indiana. He brings that experience to the classroom in courses that address ministry practices – preaching, pastoral care, church leadership, evangelism and discipleship. In addition to teaching, Keith consistently mentors ministry students, and supervises internships. Keith does announcing for the Bethel women’s volleyball and basketball teams, and he and his wife LeAnn also regularly host student groups and classes in their home for dinner and fellowship. Keith is currently working on his Doctor of Ministry degree from Asbury Theological Seminary. He likes kayaking, hiking, running, coffee, chocolate, donuts and chasing tornadoes.
- Series: Fall 2019