Dr. Keith R. Anderson is a bi-vocational pastor who serves as a bishop and overseer for Highly Favoured Ministries Association of Churches (HFMAOC). Additionally, he has been an administrator in the field of Higher Education at Liberty University (LU) since 2007. Currently, he serves as the executive director of the Student Health Center and Wellness Initiatives Office and previously as the Dean of Students for LU. His unique experiences in Student Development has made him a nationally sought leader for collegiate success and human development. His administrative expertise has been utilized to serve the Lynchburg community as a two-term member of the Lynchburg City School Board, co-chair of the Faith Leaders Committee for the Poverty to Progress Taskforce, President of the Board of directors for Interfaith Outreach Association, and Trustee for the Lynchburg City Schools Education Foundation just to name a few. Keith’s passion as an advocate for education has driven him to lead initiatives that specifically identifies and supports the academic preparation necessary to inspire today’s youth.
Anderson is received his Biblical Studies degree from Andersonville Theological Seminary (Camilla, Georgia) and graduates education from Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary, where he obtained Master Arts of Religion, Master in Religious Education, and Doctor of Ministry degrees.
Keith and his wife of twenty-nine years, Renee’, have partnered to form the Stacia Nicole Anderson Memorial Foundation in support of students who need assistance in achieving their greatest potential in honor of their deceased daughter alongside their son, Nicolas.