DENNIS COPPOCK is a well known Motivational speaker that loves to travel and encourage others. He has appeared on numerous radio and TV shows such as TBN (Trinity Broadcast Network), Joy in Our Town, and the Harvest show on LeSea Broadcast. He also hosts his own two hour radio show “Healthy Families in an Unhealthy World”. Dennis and his wife Karen founded Families Forever in 1997. This nonprofit 501c3 provides crisis counseling, workshops, retreats, and conference presentations to people everywhere. There policy is that no one in need is turned away, they and their staff of counselors have helped thousands become healthier, happier, and more productive members of society. Dennis is well respected as a Behavioral and Relationship specialist.
Dennis spent ten years in Police and Security work, eighteen years in Marketing, Sales, and Consulting before starting college in 1992 at the age of forty two. He graduated from Anderson University in 1996 with his BA and a double major in Psychology and Family Science. He has since gone on to receive his Master of Divinity degree and is now working on his Doctoral degree. Dennis is also a Chaplain @ Anderson Speedway, his love for racing has grown since 1971 when he used to build, race, and show his Corvettes and other muscle cars. Over the years he has had the privilege of meeting many notable people from various factions of the racing world.
Dennis was ordained on December 7th, 1997, he counts it a privilege to minister to people with various needs. He has counseled numerous Pastors as he discovered that they too often need someone to confide in. Over the years Dennis has served as the head of or President of numerous committees and organizations, thus exhibiting his solid leadership skills. He is also a certified Level II instructor in a nationally known program known as “Leading from Your Strengths”. Families Forever received the “Spirit of Anderson” community award in 2009. Dennis also led a team to Haiti in April of 2010 shortly after the devastating earthquake in January of 2010. Dennis said “I discovered that you minister to the people in Haiti much the same as you would anywhere else especially when God is the common denominator”.