Kevin Jones, EdDDean, Assistant Professor of Education
Dr. Kevin M. Jones joined the faculty at Cedarville University in 2020. He is a native of Louisville, Kentucky, and has varied experience in public school systems, homeschooling, collegiate level teaching, and administration. He previously held posts at Boyce College and Kentucky State University. He has served as a lay pastor at Buck Run Baptist Church, Forest Baptist Church, and Watson Memorial Baptist Church. Jones’ longing is to see fathers build resilient sons and to see teachers and leaders influence the lives of students nationally and internationally, teaching and leading unto the glory of God.
Education and Credentials:
- Ed.D. in Leadership Education, Spalding University
- M.Ed., University of Kentucky
- M.A. in Elementary Education, University of Kentucky
- B.A. in Elementary Education, Kentucky State University
Jones, K.M., Lawrence, W. Sears, L. Successfully Implementing Problem Based Learning, Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, North Carolina, 2020.
Brooks, Erik F., Jones, Kevin, M. Jesse Owens: A Life in American History Series, American Biographical Center -CLIO, Santa Barbara, CA, March 2020.
Brooks, Erik F., Hilton A., Jones, K., "The Beauty and Burden of Being a Black Professor", Bingley, United Kingdom, Emerald Publishing, November 2019.
Jones, K.. , Jones, T., Renfro, P., Shields, B., Strother, J., Perspectives on Family Ministry, Second Edition. Nashville: B&H, November 2019.
Jones, K., and Williams, Jarvis, Removing the Stain of Racism from the Southern Baptist Convention: Diverse African American and White Perspective. Nashville: B&H, 2017.
- Playing board games with family (wife and high school sweetheart, Demica, and three children; Kennedi, Kevin Jr, and Karsynn)
- Cooking (with lots of meat)
- Reading Biographies
- Watching movies
Issues of race and ethnicity, K-12 and post secondary education, church curriculum, teacher training, evangelism, fatherhood.
Cedarville has biblical convictions and a unique purpose in serving the Kingdom. These convictions and purposes align seamlessly with my calling: to serve the church, the community, and every continent. While engaging the leadership, faculty, and students on campus when I preached in chapel a few years ago, my whole family fell in love with the institution. We have prayed for an opportunity to serve in this capacity. I am excited to work alongside such bright and caring scholars.