Bill oversees the staff and organization of PEF, and he teaches at our Friday night meetings. Bill ministers to the senior class through Bible study and discipleship. He holds a Master of Theology degree from Dallas Theological Seminary and a Doctor of Ministry in Pastoral Counseling from Westminster Theological Seminary. Bill grew up in Dallas, Texas, and occasionally still sports his cowboy boots at PEF events. He graduated from Princeton in 1979 and joined PEF staff with his wife Debbie in 1985.
Debbie ministers to the senior women and helps coordinate regular prayer on campus. She holds a masters in Counseling from Westminster Theological Seminary. A member of the Princeton class of 1979, Debbie played on the women’s ice hockey team and was involved with ROTC during her time as a student. She joined staff with her husband Bill in 1985.
Chris ministers to the freshman and sophomore students, as well as teaching at our Friday night meetings; he holds a Master of Divinity degree from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. Chris graduated from the university in 1994, and is always eager to go out for a run or to play a game of soccer with students. He joined staff with his wife Danielle in 2002, and during their time with PEF their family has grown to include three beautiful children, Lydia, Jeremy, and Laura.
Danielle ministers to the Junior women, leading their Bible study on the Gospel of Mark and discipling them individually throughout the week. Danielle joined staff directly after her graduation from the University in 1994, serving from 1994 to 1998. Afterwards, she graduated from Trinity Evangelical Divinity school with a Masters of Divinity degree, and returned to PEF in 2002 with her husband, Chris. She is the mother of three kids, and blesses the students by giving them a chance to be involved in the life of a young, fun, and active family.
David Keddie works with the junior men, the graduate students, and undergrad ministry teams. David lives in Princeton with his wife Christina and their children Joshua and Sophia.
Anna works with the freshman and junior women in PEF, as well as helping to coordinate alumni activities. She served on staff from 2006-2009, after her graduation from the University in 2006, and then she went on to pursue a degree in Church History at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary which she received in 2011. Anna returned to staff in the fall of 2011, and is always happy to interject vignettes from the history of the church into her Bible studies and into general conversation.