Pastor Kevin was born and raised in Westover and has been preaching in this community since he was 16. In 1998 he and his wife Lesley founded Kingdom: A Community Church and have been leading this congregation ever since. They served as directors of Morgantown High School’s Fellowship of Christian Athletes for 13 years and are still heavily invested in the next generation. He is the author of the soon-to-be-published As She is Dying. Pastor Kevin enjoys barbecue and is the father of three children: Tanner, Garrett, and Cameron.
Pastor James, a New York City/New Jersey native, graduated from WVU and began his ministry career as a Bible teacher at Covenant Christian School. He was the Senior Pastor at Victory EMC for 8 years before joining the ministry team at Kingdom, where he and his wife Tonya have been passionately leading the EDGE Student Ministry ever since. James is a Download Youth Ministries author & ambassador and enjoys playing golf with anyone who will ride in a golf cart with him, including his two sons, Jacob and Rylan.
Pastor Daniel began his ministry career as a member of the Morgantown High School football team, when Pastor Kevin asked him to take over leading prayer after football games. He went on to help lead Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) at Fairmont State as a college football player. In 2014, Pastor Daniel took over as director of Morgantown FCA, now a ministry of Kingdom called Athletes’ EDGE. Since then, Pastor Daniel has taken on additional praying and speaking responsibilities at Kingdom. He and his wife Casie enjoy the outdoors and spending time with their baby girl, Eden.
Pastor Jim, an Oregon native, served in the United States Army for four years. After rededicating his life to the Lord, he graduated from seminary with both a BA and MA in Biblical Studies, and pastored for 10 years before attending law school at WVU. Upon graduating in 1991 he was hired by the Department of the Navy, where he worked until 2012. He and Jane, his wife of over 50 years, have been serving at Kingdom since 2016, dedicated to supporting Pastoral Care ministries. They have two sons, James and Alex, and four grandchildren.