Welcome to the Internet Home of Jim & Joy Keys
Missionaries to Native American Bible College
Joy and I are delighted that you have stopped by our home on the internet.  Please... make yourself at home. 
Wander from room to room in the house and get to know us a little better. Be sure while you are here to check
out our family.  They are surely one of the greatest delights of our lives.  I think if you get to know them you will
really like them.  Most of all, check out our ministry area.  After all, our work at Native American Bible College is
what we are all about.  Once you know our family and our ministry, you will better know how to pray for us.  Stay
awhile, and above all, write us a note before you leave so we know you were here.  We'll be sure to let you know
we got it.  All you have to do to leave us a note is click the
email link here or below.
Who We Are...
What We Do...
Jim graduated from Southwestern AG University,
Waxahatchie, Texas, with a Bachelor of Science in
Church Business Administration. He received a
master's degree in Ministerial Leadership from
Southeastern University, Lakeland, Fla. After serving
as an army chaplain’s assistant in Viet Nam, Jim
worked for 10 years in business management before
sensing a call to full time ministry. He has been a
senior pastor for 25 years and has served 7 years as
adjunct faculty at the Native American Bible
College.

Joy has deep roots in the midwest, having been born
in Mansfield, Mo, the home of Laura Ingalls Wilder
where as a young man, her Dad worked for Almanzo
Wilder.

She has worked for many years in secretarial and
administrative positions and currently serves as
Administrative Assistant in a large multi-staff
church. It is her desire to work full time in
administration with the Native American Bible
College.

In 1999, While pastoring in Fayetteville, NC, Jim
began teaching as an adjunct faculty member at
Native American Bible College. This “temporary”
ministry assignment has turned into a full-time calling
with a passion for ministering in the Native American
community.

Jim primarily teaches courses relating to practical
aspects of ministry and upon completion of itineration
will be involved in various aspects of the school’s
administrative work.

Because of her strong administrative background, Joy
desires to work at the school in an administrative
capacity as well as using her musical talent to assist
in the schools music program.
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