Our Ministers

Jeff Jenkins

Preaching Minister
Jeff has been blessed to work with the Lewisville church since 2004. Jeff has been preaching for more than thirty-five years.  He is a graduate of Freed-Hardeman University, where he currently serves on the Board of Trustees.  He also serves on the Lads-to-Leaders Board of Directors. Jeff is blessed to be involved in many gospel meetings and lectureships. He is co-founder and co-director of The Jenkins Institute, which is committed to helping preachers.  He is the author of Thoughts From the Mound, a book of weekly devotions. Jeff has two children, Amanda Jenkins Scott and Jeremy Jenkins. He greatly enjoys his grandchildren, Evie, Ever, and Forrest Scott.

Be sure and check out Jeff’s website: The Jenkins Institute

Kevin Langford

Education and Worship Minister
Kevin has served as a minister of the gospel since 1998. He is currently serving as our Education and Worship Minister. He has preached and led singing at many youth rallies, camps, retreats, summer speaker series, workshops, and lectureships. Kevin possesses a passion for family ministry, evangelism, preaching, teaching, involvement, and singing. He is a graduate of Oklahoma Christian with a B.S. degree in Organizational Management and a degree in Vocational Ministry. Kevin has been married to Susan Langford (who is an instructional coach for Timberview Middle School in Keller ISD) since 2003. Kevin and Susan have two children, Connor and Kenzie.  Kevin enjoys fishing, hunting, gardening, and football.

Marcus McKee

Youth and Family Minister
Marcus, his wife Allyson, and daughter Kylee have been worshiping with the Lewisville family since 2005 and after spending over 22 years in the business world, Marcus took over leadership of the Youth and Ministry on a fulltime basis in March 2018.

He absolutely loves teaching and speaking to all ages and groups but especially young people! His earnest desire for each member of the Youth and Family Ministry at Lewisville is for each person to: grow spiritually; improve their relationships with God and others; put Matthew 28:19-20 and James 1:27 into practice; and develop life skills.