About Ken Wilcox
en Wilcox was born and raised in Macon, Georgia.He graduated from Mercer University with a degree in Psychology and moved to Washington, D.C., serving for more than ten years as a speech writer for Congressman Richard Ray. As a press agent at the 1984 Democratic convention, he is credited with single-handedly stopping a press riot after a Jesse Jackson speech.
Ken moved to the private sector as a Senior Vice President of North American Précis, a national public relations firm, managing offices in Washington D.C., San Francisco and Atlanta.
Responding to a different call, in 2008 he completed his ministerial training at the Spiritual Living Center of Atlanta (SLCA) where he went on to serve as guest speaker for the Sunday services at the Richard Rich Auditorium, delivered the message as host of the SLCA Wednesday night service, was editor of the SLCA newsletter and managed the SLCA bookstore. He also served on the institutional Board of Directors for five years.
“When I found the Science of Mind,” Ken says, “I was at a particularly low point of my life. The thing which most impressed me about the teaching was my teacher, Dr. Kennedy Shultz’s insistence that it would never offend your intelligence.”
In addition to his growing ministry and speaking schedule, Ken is a writer and author of two books, Handbook for Hope and The Last 18 Hours of a Full-Figured Gal.
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