As a global missionary, Ken Baker has spent twenty-four years in West Africa planting multi-ethnic churches in primarily Islamic regions, both urban and rural.
Currently, Ken Baker is the National Director of Culture ConneXions, which is a ministry of SIM. SIM is dedicated to coaching churches in intercultural ministry by training congregations comprehensively in Missions vision and engagement.
Ken Baker has had considerable experience working alongside congregations that are in transition toward intercultural integration.
D.Miss., Trinity International University/TEDS
Th. M., Dallas Theologial Seminary
B.A., Bryan College
"The Positive Influences of Baby Boomer Missionaries," EMQ, 1989.
"Power Encounter and Church-Planting," EMQ, 1990.
"The Invisible Mainstream," Newsweek, 1994.
"Boomers, Busters and Missions: Things Are Different Now," EMQ, 1997.
"The Incarnational Model: Perception or Deception," EMQ, 1997.
"What To Do When Sin Seems Ignored," EMQ, 2005
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Missions, Southern Evangelical Seminary (2009 - present)
Professor, École Supérieur Théologique Evangelique (2003 - 2005)
Instructor, Bryan College (1983 - 1984)
Instructor, Maranatha Bible College (1978)
National Director, Culture ConneXions, SIM (2006 - present)
Church Planter, Leadership Development, SIM (1998 - 2004)
Leadership Development Program Director, SIM (1993 - 1997)
Church Planter, SIM (1981 - 1988)
Ethnic America Network
Mosaix Global Network
Alliance of Intercultural Coaches
Evangelical Missiological Society
Ken is fluent in English, French, and Hausa. He has been married to Gwen for twenty-nine years and has three adult children and one grandson.