Minister Kenneth J.D. Wilson

Brother Kenneth J.D.Wilson

Brother Kenneth J. D. Wilson was born a twin to the late Patricia Wilson and Kent Wilson in Nuremberg, Germany on November 8, 1980.

Kenneth and his twin brother Kevin were raised by their grandparents, George (deceased) and Mary Atkings who took them to church and introduced them to the music ministry at an early age. Kenneth was baptized and spiritually cultivated at Second Pilgrim Baptist Church where he served on the youth choir and usher board. He later became a member of the New Way Missionary Baptist Church where he was an active youth leader, Junior Deacon, Usher and Choir Director.

After graduating from Saint Joseph’s Preparatory School in 1999, Kenneth went on to earn his Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from the University of Connecticut and subsequently earned a Master’s in Criminal Justice with a concentration in Behavioral Analysis in 2006. Currently, he is matriculating in the Master of Divinity Program at Palmer Theological Seminary.

Professionally, Kenneth is the Assistant Director of the Eva Donaldson School of Music. Driven by the need to mentor young men of all ages, Kenneth is the founder of “A Different Breed of Men”, a non-profit organization.

After many years of wrestling with what he knew to be the voice of the Lord, Kenneth accepted the call of ministry on his life in March 2007.

As a faithful member of First African Baptist Church, Kenneth continues to prune his gift for ministry as he actively serves in the following ministries: Discipleship training, Marriage Ministry, Men’s Ministry, Chosen 300 and Music Ministry.

On May 12, 2012, Kenneth was united in marriage to his long time love Nicole G. Bynum; the Lord blessed them with three children: Tahjae, JaDen and Kai.

In his servitude to the Lord, one of Kenneth’s favorite scripture is, “Moreover whom he did predestinate, them he also called: and whom he called, them he also justified: them he also glorified. What shall we then say to these things? If God be for us who can be against us?” - Romans 8:30-31