Rev. Kevin Bullard
Kevin Bullard brings a rich blend of administrative, pastoral, consulting, and technological expertise to his work as interim pastor.
He graduated from UNC Chapel Hill with a BS in Journalism and Mass Communications. After graduating, Kevin stayed at the university for three years providing IT support within the Residential Networking program. He then joined UNC Greensboro as a Technology Support Analyst, managing various aspects of the university’s IT system. Along the way, he earned a Master of Science and an Executive MBA in Leadership from Grand Canyon University. He is currently working on his Doctor of Education in Organizational Leadership, and is at the dissertation phase.
Kevin is a native of North Carolina. He has lived in Texas for nine years with his wife, Cetelia, and children Max, Caitlin, and Kuria Joy.
Kevin was licensed and ordained as a pastor in 2001, and pastored a church plant in North Carolina. Since then he has served in multiple assistant pastor roles at several churches.
In 2016 he became the Church Administrator at Mt. Hebron Missionary Baptist Church. In this role, Kevin had responsibilities in spanning facilities, information technology, budgets and staff development. Additionally, he had counseling, teaching, and other pastoral-related duties.
In addition to his work at churches, Kevin has worked in information at two state universities, and as a transformational management consultant.
For the past 16 years, Kevin has operated a ministry he founded called Marriage Works! With over half a million followers between the organization's various social media accounts, Kevin has made a difference in thousands of lives, and equipped spouses to make their marriage work -- with joy and gratitude.
In the community, Kevin has served as the Board Chair for Habitat for Humanity of Greater Greensboro, and Habitat for Humanity of Greater Garland, and led the search committee for a new Executive Director at both organizations. He has also served on the steering committees of Leadership Greensboro and Leadership Garland. As a board member, he has experience with the delicate dance that balances providing a vision for an organization with supporting the staff who are commissioned with carrying the vision out.
Paul Mayer, CEO of the Garland Chamber, describes Kevin as authentic, unassuming and easy to talk to. He sees conflict as a natural part of human relations and is known for listening in ways that honor different points of view.
Kevin's goal in his teaching is that you will hear the word and understand it, so you'll bear fruit and bring it forth. (Matthew 13:23).