About Truth Seekers Ministry

Kenny Williamson in a cowboy hat | Black and White image

My name is Kenny Williamson, I was born in Arkansas and raised in Oklahoma.

I spent my childhood riding motorcycles and four-wheelers all over the dirt roads of Delaware County. I would get my five-dollar allowance and drive my four-wheeler down to a little store by Flint Creek and fill its tank. I would take the leftover money and buy a six-pack of Dr. Pepper. I remember when gasoline hit the .99 cent mark, and I couldn’t fill my tank and buy my Dr. Pepper with my meager five dollars. I remember how upsetting that was at the time.

I was not raised a Christian, and I never went to church with my family. My parents liked to play music and fish on the weekends.

I got saved in March of 1995 in Claremore, Oklahoma. From that moment on, I was changed mentally, and I was immediately healed of an anger issue that I had dealt with my entire life up to that time.

I got married and divorced along the way, and I attended many different schools looking to satisfy a never-ending desire to learn. I attended Spartan School of Aeronautics in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where I attained my Commercial pilot’s license. I later attended Bryan University and got an associate’s degree in Medical Laboratory Science.

Many years later, I enrolled in Andersonville Theological Seminary and attained my Bachelor of Theology and a Master of Biblical Exposition. I am currently working on my Doctor of Theology at that same Seminary.

I have self-published two books: A Haunting of Virginia Crim, and Demons Among Us. I have a Podcast called Melchizedek Chronicles that takes up my extra time when I’m not studying or going to car shows.

I am a King James-only Bible believer. At most car shows, I like to set up a small table and give away free Bibles and gospel tracts.

I call my little Podcast and Bible Ministry Truth Seekers Ministry. This is because I believe everyone deserves to know the truth, whatever that may be.

About Truth Seekers Ministry

Kenny Williamson in a cowboy hat | Black and White image

My name is Kenny Williamson.

I was born in Arkansas and raised in Oklahoma.

I spent my childhood riding motorcycles and four-wheelers all over the dirt roads of Delaware County. I would get my five-dollar allowance and drive my four-wheeler down to a little store by Flint Creek and fill its tank. I would take the leftover money and buy a six-pack of Dr. Pepper. I remember when gasoline hit the .99 cent mark, and I couldn’t fill my tank and buy my Dr. Pepper with my meager five dollars. I remember how upsetting that was at the time.

I was not raised a Christian, and I never went to church with my family. My parents liked to play music and fish on the weekends.

I got saved in March of 1995 in Claremore, Oklahoma. From that moment on, I was changed mentally, and I was immediately healed of an anger issue that I had dealt with my entire life up to that time.

I got married and divorced along the way, and I attended many different schools looking to satisfy a never-ending desire to learn. I attended Spartan School of Aeronautics in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where I attained my Commercial pilot’s license. I later attended Bryan University and got an associate’s degree in Medical Laboratory Science.

Many years later, I enrolled in Andersonville Theological Seminary and attained my Bachelor of Theology and a Master of Biblical Exposition. I am currently working on my Doctor of Theology at that same Seminary.

I have self-published two books: A Haunting of Virginia Crim, and Demons Among Us. I have a Podcast called Melchizedek Chronicles that takes up my extra time when I’m not studying or going to car shows.

I am a King James-only Bible believer. At most car shows, I like to set up a small table and give away free Bibles and gospel tracts.

I call my little Podcast and Bible Ministry Truth Seekers Ministry. This is because I believe everyone deserves to know the truth, whatever that may be.