Approximately 90 million of the 300 million Americans are between the ages 4-14, the most critical time for moral development. Of those 90 million, 80% will never go to church.”
Child Evangelism Fellowship and US Census
Transform families and resurrect communities by making Jesus’ name famous!
We focus on a coordinated strategy to transform lives in our community.
Our strategy includes:
Encouraging kids to experience Jesus in their own communities through a weekly mobile bus ministry in their own neighborhoods.
Partnering with and connecting the local churches to connect families to the Body of Christ.
Organize local children's ministry leaders to establish a like-minded purpose.
Serve as a resource hub for the basic needs of food, shelter, safety, and love to families.
The past, present, and our vision for the future.
A Little History
Kingdom Come Ministries was founded in December 2014 in Lubbock, Texas by Co-directors Leslie Roach and Kristin Montgomery. Leslie and Kristin were on the children’s ministry...
Over the last five years, Kingdom Come has touched the lives of hundreds of families across the heart of Lubbock neighborhoods. Their weekly church service in Stubbs Park int...
Kingdom Come Ministries is committed and excited for the vision God has cast for the future! He has expanded our hearts far and wide to do whatever He is asking of us! Toget...
We take our role in transforming families and resurrecting communities seriously.
Kristin has been around children most of her life. She spent 8 years in the public education system before serving for several years in an early childhood ministry. She has a radical love for serving and growing the Kingdom! God challenged her when she was called to step out of her comfortable life at a local church and into a leadership position at Kingdom Come. Now, Kristin's role at KCM is to plant seeds in others and then, cultivate and encourage their relationship with Jesus Christ. As one of the co-directors, she loves outreach and teaching the Word in the park, as well as, developing relationships and doing life with those people she meets along the way.
Kristin grew up in West Texas and received a Bachelor's Degree from Angelo State University in Early Childhood and Special Education. She is married to Chad and they stay busy with their 3 children, Madden (15), Maren (13) and Mclaine (7).
Leslie has served in children's ministry for over 20 years and has the heart to see kids enter into a relationship with Jesus and experience His presence first hand within their lives. After serving numerous years within a local church, God ignited Leslie's heart with the passion of an evangelist. She left the comfort of her home church and paying job to step out in faith and trust the Lord's leading in establishing Kingdom Come. Leslie’s role within KCM is to steer the ship by leading with vision and passion. She wears many hats being the co-director but her favorite has always been loving on people and being out on the streets teaching the Word.
Leslie is native to Lubbock, a Red Raider alum graduating with a Bachelor's degree in Human Development and Family Studies, and she shares her home with her beloved dog, Poppy Jane
KCM's Governing Body
Kingdom Come Ministries is passionate about our vision. We know the best way to maximize our impact with the community is to be faithful, diligent, and good stewards of the resources we are entrusted with by all of our donors and sponsors. For this reason, Kingdom Come Ministries has assembled a board of like-minded experienced individuals from our community that provide governance and guidance every step of the way. All major initiatives and purchases are thoroughly evaluated to ensure they align with the mission of KCM.
Kingdom Come Ministries' Board Members