Who’s behind Devotionary™?

KenKen Miller

Ken is the minister to men at Christ Chapel Bible Church in Fort Worth, Texas. He has a passion for God’s Word and a desire to see all Christ-followers grow in their love of the Scriptures and their ability to apply its truths to their lives.

Ken began his career as a graphic designer and spent 29 years in the advertising industry before being called by God into full-time ministry with the church where he and his wife Julie have attended for more than 37 years. Ken is a writer, teacher, speaker and curriculum developer.

Devotionary is a major part of Ken’s life, forming a central aspect of his daily time in the Word. The more than 2,800 blog entries on this site are the result of a morning regimen that includes time reading each day’s passage and then putting into writing what he has learned. These blogs are first and foremost personal lessons and reflections. They are intended to provide helpful insights into the Scriptures and practical applications that make the Word of God come alive.

You can discover more tools and resources by Ken on his personal web site:

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9 thoughts on “Who’s behind Devotionary™?

  1. Ken, I am really enjoying your comments. Just about the time I decide that Facebook is the bane of all men (I did learn today that uyou can hide the animals and vegetables)I read you Quest blog, and am thrilled to have you as a ‘friend. Thanks so much for your faithfulness. Quest has been wonderful. We love reading and discussing everyday, knowing that there is a group of other believers doing the same thing. Tom

    • Tom, I am deeply grateful as well, to have access to Ken’s commentary. His comments make the Old Testament come alive for me. We are not in a home church at this time, and so reading Ken’s Vessels is a daily thing I enjoy. I’m also pleased to find his comments about each Book of the New Testament, so that as I read through the New Testament, I read his comments that go with each chapter. So enlightening! I am thankful for Ken’s devotion to the Lord and for his sharing on Facebook-AND like you, I hide the veggies, animals,fences,etc!

    • Hi, Tom~~~ I am so grateful to Ken for sharing his Vessels of Clay on Facebook. I read it daily and he brings the Old Testament alive for me. I am also pleased to find his comments on each chapter of the New Testament, so that as I read through the New Testament I can back it up with his comments on each chapter. So enlightening! Ken’s work for the Lord is a blessing! And, like you, I hide the animals and the veggies! Jeri

  2. Ken,

    This is my first time to read your commentary. I like the reminder of our heritage. I just attended the the Sagamore 100 Year Anniversary & it was like the history of my family, both physically & spiritually. I/we are very blessed.

  3. While I was reviewing my posts from the past year, I noticed on the end of some were links to others whom has posted on similar issues and topics. Your Joshua 22-23 was linked, good words pastor.

    May the Blessings of the LORD be enriched in your family and ministry this coming year!

    God Bless!
    T.Todd

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