Dr. Keith Travis
Keith Travis, is now retired from the military and the North American Mission Board. He was the Team Leader for Chaplaincy Evangelism at the North American Mission Board (NAMB) for 11 years. A native of Virginia, Keith is a graduate of Carson Newman College in Jefferson City, Tennessee, and he received a Master of Divinity Degree from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Wake Forest, North Carolina, and completed his Doctor of Ministry Degree from Erskine Seminary in Due West, South Carolina, and an MA in Counseling from Liberty University and attended the US War College. Keith has 28 years of experience in the United States Army as a Chaplain (and is a retired Colonel). He and his family were missionaries with the Foreign Mission Board (IMB) in Costa Rica and Mexico for six years. In addition, he has served in several churches as pastor or associate pastor roles.
He is married to Pam Travis from Greensboro, North Carolina. They have been married for 37 years. They live in Nashville, TN and have three adult children (including a son in law), and 2 grandchildren. Who are the love of his life!
Keith spends his spare time as a Professor with Liberty Divinity School, Gateway Seminary (Golden Gate Theological Seminary), and Columbia International Seminary (Columbia SC) where he teaches classes on Chaplaincy to online students, as well as, in resident work during intensive weeks.