Keith Jenkins was born in Baltimore, MD, served as a United States Marine for ten years, where he answered a calling into the ministry. Keith and his lovely wife Coco have been married for 30 years and have three children. Together they have served in ministry at Trinity Christian Center, San Marcos, CA as Youth Pastors, Associate Pastors and Assistant Pastors. From there they were sent to Eugene, OR where Jubilee World Outreach was re-planted. Keith has an intense passion to see the church return to the mission of God, and positioned to bring transformation in every community. Over the 13 years that Keith and Coco served as the Lead Pastor of Jubilee World Outreach it grew from 17 members to over 1,000 and became a thriving multi-cultural ministry in the Pacific Northwest. Keith also served as a mentor/father figure for the University of Oregon Basketball & Football team from 1997 until April 2009. He also served as the Missional Director in the Greater Los Angeles District for Foursquare. Keith has recently moved to the Beaverton, OR area to serve on the pastoral team of Beaverton Foursquare Church, while remaining the Apostolic covering for New LifeLA in Los Angeles, CA. Keith is a passionate, inspiring, bold and humorous communicator who has the ability to connect cross-culturally. Through his personal testimony and transparent delivery of the gospel many are saved, healed and inspired to passionately serve the Lord.
MARK AND ASHLEY CAMPBELL
Mark Campbell is the Women's Associate Head Basketball Coach at University of Oregon and is in his fourth season with the Ducks. Campbell works with Oregon’s guards and creates the Ducks’ defensive game plans. He was instrumental in guiding the Ducks to their first ever Sweet 16 and back-to-back Elite Eight appearances in 2017 and 2018. In his own athletic career, Campbell played at Cal Poly and Clackamas CC before transferring to Hawai`i for his final two seasons. Campbell is the winningest two-year player in Hawai`i’s history and led the team to a school-record 27 wins in 2001-02. In June of 2016, Campbell was inducted into the Clackamas CC hall of fame.
A native of Mt. Vernon, Wash., he is married to Ashley Smith-Campbell, who played basketball at Vanderbilt University and is from Oregon City. During her time at Oregon City High School, Ashley Campbell was one of the top high school point guards in the country. She was part of the Oregon City High School team that won three consecutive US Today National Titles under her father and Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame Coach Brad Smith. The couple have two daughters, Maley and Makay.