Our Lord Jesus Christ is the only mediator between God and humanity, and that faith in him is the only way to receive salvation. We seek a personal relationship with him as the path to eternal life and a closer connection with God.
KPLE-TV believes that” we have been chosen for his glory” and we strive to spread his glory around the world.
“Jesus answered, I’m the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the father except through me.” John 14:6
“All those the Father gives me will come to me, and whoever comes to me I will never drive away.” John 6:37
Catherine was born 1927 in Waco, TX. After both of her parents died, she was raised by her Uncle Bill and Aunt Minnie in Belton, TX. It was her Uncle Bill who she credits with starting her journey of faith.
Catherine married and had four children with her husband, Roy.
Catherine attend TCU, Central Texas College, and Texas Women’s University where she received her master’s degree in early childhood education.
Catherine worked as a legal secretary for 22 years before beginning a career in early childhood education. She owned and operated a private kindergarten for many years before joining Central Texas College (CTC) where she produced a children’s television show, taught early childhood education courses, and eventually helped establish the Central Texas College Child Development Center. While at CTC, she was called by the Lord to provide Christian Television Programing for Central Texas.
She and other like-minded women founded KPLE-TV with a mission to reveal the love of Jesus Christ to every home in Central Texas. KPLE and Christian television were her passion for almost 30 years. Catherine never truly retired, but after slowing down, she enjoyed traveling, gardening, spending time with family, and helping the community any way she could.
Catherine passed way in 2022 leaving a legacy of love. In her own words, "God loves you, and He will help you if you just let Him."
Chaplain Ken Sorenson completed his 33 years in the US Army in the Skill Bridge Program, serving as General Manager at Killeen Christian Broadcasting Corporation, Killeen, Texas.
Chaplain (COL) Ken Sorenson finished his final Active-Duty assignment at Army Test and Evaluation Command (ATEC) at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD in June 2022.
[1990-2022] Served as a US Army Chaplain retiring as a Colonel. Deployments to Iraq (3), Afghanistan, Kosovo, Germany (for Bosnia). Assignments include serving 4-star Commanders. Emphasized racial reconciliation and willingness to support one another.
Ken served as pastor for a variety of Christian denominations in an ethnically diverse setting. Ken is from Wisconsin and grew up in the 60's in the city of Racine. Raised in an almost entirely African American Elementary School, where he was recognized as a brother.
His personal belief in Dr. Martin Luther King Jr's., "I Have a Dream Speech" deeply shaped his views of the world and what right looks like.