Kenny Pugh is the founder of M.A.C.S. Ministries and was awarded the 2011 Gospel Choice "Rising Star" Award for his service in the community within the singles ministry and is best known by his bestselling title, "Can You Do IT Standing Up? A Different Position on Relationships"
Bishop Walker began his pastorate at Mt. Zion with 175 members. Presently, the ministry has grown to over 25,000 members and continues to grow at a phenomenal rate. He also has multiple webcasts via Streaming Faith. An expert on having "the spiritual connection" in marital relationships, Bishop Walker hosts a weekly segment on the Rickey Smiley Radio Show. "I'm very excited about being a part of the 2012 IMAGE Singles Conference. I have a sincere passion for empowering single adults and this opportunity will afford me the chance to do so at my home church," Kenny shares.
Singles can expect to be encouraged, empowered and equipped to live a fulfilling and sustaining life in all stages. To register for this free conference, please visit Elizabeth Baptist Church website. You can find more information about Kenny by visiting his website www.kennypugh.com. Requests for interviews and speaking should be directed to the T.MORRISON Agency.
About Kenny Pugh
Minister Kenny Pugh is the Associate Minister at Elizabeth Baptist Church and is the Founder of Kenny Pugh, L.L.C., the platform on which Kenny exercises a versatile professional life as a speaker, an author, radio show host and a life & relationship expert. Kenny is often referred to as 'The Life & Relationship Strategist' and has had years of experience analyzing, counseling and advising hundreds of people on all types of relationship challenges.
Through years of experience as a facilitator, workshop presenter, and keynote speaker at various conferences, ministry services, and for-profit corporate events, Kenny has refined his sense of the art of communication and the power of relationships, particularly working with single adults. His debut bestselling title, "Can You Do It Standing Up? A Different Position on Relationships"