“I do not feel obliged to believe that the same God who has endowed us with sense, reason, and intellect has intended us to forgo their use.” Galileo Galilei
Christian Education has been a second calling for Ken Ebersole, following a 20-year career in the U. S. Navy. The served the majority of his naval career as a meteorologist/oceanographer, forecasting environmental conditions from both shore stations and afloat. He has served in Christian Education for 21 years, 15 of those at Crosspoint. He hails originally from Fresno, California. He has been married to his wife, Karen, since 1987, and they have one grown son, Alex.
Ken’s current teaching responsibilities are limited to three high school science courses: physics, climate change, and oceanography. Additionally, he is an instructor with Princeton Review, and he teaches an SAT preparation course for students each winter. In addition to teaching math and science at Crosspoint, Ken has also served as Assistant Principal and Secondary Principal. “My goal in teaching science is to help students see that God’s Special Revelation (the Bible) and His General Revelation (Science & Nature) are in total harmony when approached with awe and reverence.”