Author Archive for: Kevin Benton
Kevin has many gifts, talents and abilities, which he uses to make a positive impact throughout the world on a local, national and international level.
Kevin is an Ex-Professional Basketball Player, Minister, Youth and Young Adult Pastor, Recreational Director, Child Care Social Worker, Chief Section Contributor and Editor for an approved Google News Site, Clean Comedian, Model, who was featured in the worldwide Cover 2 Cover Magazine, Actor, Speaker and the Author of the best-selling, encouraging, inspirational and informative book, A Field Trip to Hell: Experience the 30 torments of Hell Firsthand Without Having to Stay for Eternity.
Kevin attended Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA., the world’s largest Evangelical Christian School, founded by the late, great Chancellor, Rev. Dr. Jerry Falwell. While at Liberty, Kevin was a member of the basketball team that represented the first Christian School to ever play in the N.C.A.A. tournament - against his high school friend and former N.B.A. player, Rasheed Wallace and the North Carolina Tar Heels.
As a professional basketball player, Kevin played against some of the best players in the world including N.B.A. players Kobe Bryant, Yao Ming, Aaron McKie, Rick Mahorn, Jerome Allen and Paul Graham, just to name a few.
Entries by Kevin Benton
Every person has something special on the inside of them that is just waiting to be shared with the world. That special internal something is wrapped up in our individually unique, gifts, talent and abilities but is locked away within us. What makes our distinguishing attributes so awesome is that no other person in the world can demonstrate those qualities quite like we can. Just think for a moment, that no two human beings have the same finger prints, not even identical twins. So this means that there is something in us that adds and makes a significant contribution to… Read more.
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