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4511 E. 43rd Street
North Little Rock, AR 72117
501.414.0120
info@discoverjourneychurch.com


LEADERSHIP

ALEX AVERITT
Lead Pastor

Alex was raised in a Christian home with five siblings and committed his life to Christ at the age of 5. Alex and Jill are high school sweethearts and have been married for 16 years. They are proud parents of Amelia and Sydney.

Alex has been a minister to children, youth & young adults and served as a church-wide education director. Prior to starting Journey Church, he also served in the divorce care ministry at the Summit Church in North Little Rock. Alex felt a call to the ministry many years ago and waited for God to direct him into his specific calling. He is thrilled to be fulfilling that call as the lead pastor of Journey Church. He studied Biology and Chemistry at UALR. His spiritual gifts include administration, pastor/teacher, and exhortation.


KEVIN MCMAHAN
Pastor

Kevin and his wife, Sandi, married in 1980 in Alaska, and have also lived in Denver and Washington, DC, before moving to Little Rock in 2002. They were at the launch of Journey Church in 2008 and became members shortly thereafter. They have three children, living in Arkansas, Alaska, and Ohio, and seven grandchildren.

Kevin and Sandi have been active members of Journey Church since joining – Kevin in the administrative matters of the church and Sandi in the children’s ministry. And they offer their home for a Journey Church Homegroup, meeting weekly for much of the year. Kevin was ordained at Journey Church in June, 2012.

Kevin volunteers for Open Doors USA, an organization that exists solely to support persecuted Christians around the world. Brother Andrew started the ministry in 1955 and today it operates from 21 countries, serving Christians in 60 countries where the Gospel is restricted. He speaks at churches in Arkansas and around the country to increase awareness of Christian persecution.

Kevin is a founding partner of Federal Practice Group, a small business in Washington, D.C. that consults to Federal and State governments on low income multifamily housing. FPG’s work includes activities that both preserve affordable apartments and that make them more energy efficient and better places to live.