Kenneth F. Brown, a lifelong Texan, graduated from Howard Payne University in Brownwood, Texas, majoring in English and biblical Greek. After earning his Master of Theology in Biblical Greek from Southwestern Baptist Seminary, he studied educational psychology at the University of Texas in Austin. Brown served as a Baptist pastor for fifty years, then retired to teach Bible study and biblical Greek in South Texas, where he lives with his wife of over sixty-five years.
About What If?
What if you could have been an insider to some of the greatest stories ever told?
What If? is a ministry resource intended for Christian lay readers, deacons, and pastors. These first-person, narrative “stories” may be thought of as sermons, messages, homilies, or monologues. They were developed over the fifty years of the Reverend Kenneth Brown’s pastoral ministry.
In this collection of popular sermons, Kenneth Brown provides an insider’s perspective. Brown recounts biblical stories from the points of view of New Testament characters, inviting the audience to take a look behind the scenes, feeling the Judean sun on their backs and tasting of the water from the well of Jacob. Writing as a trained theologian and lifelong pastor, Brown combines his imagination with biblical accounts and known archeological, cultural, and political facts.