Keith Edwin Schooley grew up in the Detroit area. He attended Wayne State University where he began as a physics major and ended with an honors English degree. He worked as an editor for Gale Research, Inc. on their Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism series before leaving to earn a Master’s degree in New Testament Studies from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in South Hamilton, Massachusetts. He met his wife Cecile at a two-and-a-half week temporary job. The two of them have six children.
Keith has pastored a church in Brimley, a small town in Michigan’s upper peninsula; taught literature and biblical studies at William Tyndale College and at the Assemblies of God Central Bible College; counseled and taught at the Teen Challenge Training Center in Rehrersburg, Pennsylvania; and presently serves in lay ministry at Ekklesia, a non-denominational church in Westland, Michigan.
What’s Wrong with Outreach is his first book.