Kevin Crowley relocated to California in 1960 from Detroit Michigan. As a child he attended Sacred Heart school through grade 8 and Covina high school for grades 9 through 12. While in high school he started a chapter of the fellowship of Christian athletes on the campus after he was saved in February of 1972.
He attended Azusa Pacific University. And after an accident, when he broke his neck, on recovery he worked as an undercover investigator for 17 years.
He spent several years working as a missionary, with AWANA Clubs International, working with 117 churches in central California and Nevada.
He then spent 20 years teaching computer science at the college level as well as training teachers to develop online classes managing the colleges online class system and teaching online classes himself.
He currently resides in Dublin Ireland and has worked with Ireland Outreach since 2014.
Kevin went to Africa with Jim Gillett, where he was exposed to that aspect of the ministry. He realized that God was calling him to serve, by serving the people of Africa. Kevin said, “I thoroughly enjoy and have an immense amount of fun serving God in Africa. I have been to the countries of Nigeria, Ghana, Liberia, Ethiopia, Kenya and South Africa. It is both a humbling and exhilarating experience to surrender myself totally as a slave to the Lord Jesus Christ. I long for heaven and can't wait to get there. I certainly want to expose as many people as possible to the truth of the gospel of Jesus Christ. That they would understand there is only one way to heaven. And that they would realize the Jesus Christ is that only way. Being a Christian means you surrender yourself not as your servant Jesus but has a slave giving all your rights, choices, freedoms and authorities to him.”