Ken Dickerson



As I look back on life, I see it filled with divine appointments and human disappointments. I must declare that the wounds I have received from life have been, for the most part, self-inflicted. I see the precious gifts I have received as mostly about God’s goodness rather than my greatness.

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Writer’s bio

B orn into the family of a Baptist minister, I was always in the church. I was taught God’s word, baptized early, but realized at the age of nineteen that forgiveness only worked for a repentant heart and I gave myself to this Jesus I had learned so much about from a young age. What a wonderfully wild ride this has been.

I am the husband of my soul mate and best friend, Jeanenne. She is the greatest thing, next to Jesus, that has ever happened to me; a gift of Divine affection from a good, good Father. I am Dad to three grown children, Candace, Scott and Philip and I have five grandchildren; Blake, Christopher, Micah, Madison and Esli Grace.

Candace is a stay at home Mom who takes care of Christopher and Madison. Her husband, Christopher, is a Web Design and Internet Marketing entrepreneur and business owner.

Scott and his wife Jamie are both school teachers in Hamilton, Ohio and have impacted the lives of hundreds of inner city children during their ten year careers.

Philip is a government property specialist at the Cincinnati NIOSH Laboratory and has a history of volunteer work at the Healing Center in Cincinnati.

I am the past President of Four Seasons Environmental, Inc. in Southwest Ohio. This company provides Facility Performance Services for several agencies of the Federal Government. As president, I spent my time making sure that over 300 employees had the leadership, training and resources to fulfill our corporate vision of Positive People, Performing Excellent Service, with Exceptional Care. I continue to serve this company as an Advisor to the owners and corporate officers.


I am not a theologian. Never have been, never will be. I am a fortunate man, blessed beyond measure and greatly loved by the LORD, all three of Him (Father, Son, and Spirit), with a powerful divine affection. This divine affection is born, not of any need on God’s part (God needs nothing), but out of a divine desire to love and love greatly. After over sixty years of earthly life, I see the fruit of this divine desire in so many aspects of my life that I can scarcely contain my wonder as I continue to ask, “Why me?”

Ken Dickerson and Jeanenne

Ken Dickerson

A As I look back on life, I see it filled with divine appointments and human disappointments. I must declare that the wounds I have received from life have been, for the most part, self-inflicted. I see the precious gifts I have received as mostly about God’s goodness rather than my greatness. I have seen success, but owe it to providence rather than my work, my talent or my influence. I have come to the conclusion that I have a Divine Benefactor who loves me with a love that I can never return in full. The only thing I have to offer Him is me, with all the quirks and defects. Some prize! But you know, it turns out that I am all He wants. Not that I am lovely, you see, but He want me because He is lovely. Life is always all about Him – not about me.

I have come to the conclusion that I have a Divine Benefactor who loves me with a love that I can never return in full. The only thing I have to offer Him is me, with all the quirks and defects. Some prize! But you know, it turns out that I am all He wants. Not that I am lovely you see, but He wants me because He is lovely. Life is always all about Him – not about me.

Buy My Latest Book: Chosen Forgiven & Loved