Kathy Keller Wiki
Kathy Louise Keller (born 1950) is a theologian and novelist from New York City, she has been included among the best sellers in the New York Times. She is also a church founder.
Tim Keller, the Redeemer Presbyterian Church’s pastor and co-founder in New York, is her husband.
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|$1 million (estimated)
Kathy Keller Background
Kathy Keller’s parents, Mary Louise Stephens and Henry R. Kristy, welcomed her into the world in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
In addition to being a World War II pilot of Croatian ancestry, her father was a senior official at Westinghouse Electric Company.
Along with her four siblings, she was raised in Monroeville, Pennsylvania.
Kathy Keller Education
Kathy Keller attended Gateway High School for her final two years of high school and then transferred to Allegheny College, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in English in 1972.
Additionally, she enrolled at the Massachusetts-based Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary, where she earned a Master of Theological Studies degree with honors.
Kathy Keller Career
Kathy Keller most notable theological works by are “Jesus, Justice and Gender Roles” and “The Meaning of Marriage,” co-authored with her husband, published in 2013. (a New York Times best seller).
Additionally, she and her husband co-wrote The Songs of Jesus and The Meaning of Marriage Devotional as well as God’s Wisdom for Navigating Life.
She has written numerous essays, some of which have appeared in the New York Times, and she has been interviewed for other publications, including Christianity Today and ABC News Nightline.
Kathy Keller Husband
Kathy Keller met her future husband; Tim Keller and they married shortly before graduation in January 1975 at Crossroads Presbyterian Church in Monroeville. Before relocating to Philadelphia, where Kathy Keller worked as an editor at Great Commission Publications and her husband taught at Westminster Theological Seminary, the Kellers assisted in the leadership of a Presbyterian church in Hopewell, Virginia.
The Kellers established the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) congregation Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City in 1989. It quickly rose to prominence as one of the nation’s most significant churches.
In addition to being a co-founder, Kathy held a number of positions at Redeemer, including those of editor, assistant director of communication and media, and member of the communication committee.
Tim Keller disclosed his pancreatic cancer diagnosis in June 2020.
Kathy Keller and her husband Tim are parents to three sons David, Michael, and Jonathan. Her three sons are all adults.
Kathy Keller Net worth
Kathy Keller has an estimated net worth of $1 million. She is a theologian and novelist from New York City, she has been included among the best sellers in the New York Times.