Reverend Dr. Thomas Keinath
Over the past 40 years, Reverend Thomas Keinath has served as a pastor, evangelist, chaplain, district superintendent, and teacher, and most recently as an adjunct professor with Pillar College and the University of Valley Forge. Rev. Keinath has also served on the teaching faculty of Central Bible College as an adjunct professor for the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary (both in Springfield, MO), and as an instructor with the New Jersey District School of Ministry, which he co-founded.
From 2001 through 2018, Tom was the lead pastor of Calvary Temple International, a multi-campus, multi-lingual Assemblies of God ministry based in Wayne, NJ. Under his leadership, C.T.I. planted eleven churches and additional preaching points in Northern NJ and the Philippines; while pastoring in NJ, he was a general and district presbyter, and an assistant presbyter. Before that, he served as senior pastor of the New Life Assembly of God in Lancaster, PA for seven years.
Earlier in his ministry, Rev. Keinath served as a teacher and choir director with the Teen Challenge Training Center in Rehrersburg, PA, as associate pastor of Faith Assembly of God in Hazleton, PA, and as senior associate pastor of Calvary Temple in Wayne, NJ. Throughout his ministry, he also preached the Gospel and held ministry conferences in Africa, Asia, Asia-Pacific, Europe, and Latin America, along with numerous broadcasting opportunities. Tom also helped found The Samuel Charitable Foundation, which is committed to establishing children’s orphanages overseas; he also helped establish Bridge to Hope, a re-entry program for graduates of Christian substance abuse programs.
Dr. Keinath has received a Bachelor of Science degree in Bible from the University of Valley Forge (Phoenixville, PA), a Master of Arts Degree from the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary (Springfield, MO), and, a Doctor of Ministry degree from Regent University (Virginia Beach, VA) which included a Master of Divinity equivalency. He authored a three-volume discipleship course entitled The Barnabas Life Enrichment Studies, a study in discipleship entitled The Barnabas Discipleship Method and Model, a New Believers workbook entitled Equipped for Life, and, a theological primer entitled WordQuest. His most recently published work is the first of a two-volume commentary on the Book of Revelation entitled Conquest & Glory—A Pastor’s Journey through the Book of Revelation.