Mark Adams is our preaching minister. Mark has been with Kings Crossing since 2014, having worked with churches in Tennessee, Arkansas, and Florida before arriving in the Coastal Bend. Mark met his wife Carolina at Harding University, where each of them earned both bachelors and masters degrees. Mark holds a Doctor of Ministry degree from Lipscomb University with concentrations in missional leadership and spiritual formation. He is especially passionate about short-term missions in Central America. A native of Nashville, Tennessee, Mark is a guitar enthusiast and plays with one of Corpus Christi's longest-tenured garage bands: The Weekenders Band.
Les Maloney is our education minister. Les has been with Kings Crossing since 2012, having completed 22 years as a US Army Chaplain (active duty and reserves). Les has served as a preaching minister for churches in Texas, Arizona, Iowa, and Oklahoma. Les married his college sweetheart, Margaret, and they have three grown children and one grandchild. Les has an earned Ph.D. in Religion from Baylor University and has taught college-level biblical survey courses in New Mexico and Texas, including most recently an online bachelor’s course for Austin Graduate School of Theology. Margaret has a master’s degree in educational administration and teaches eighth-grade algebra.
Buck Griffith directs our prison ministry. Buck came to Kings Crossing in 1977, having worked with churches in Ropesville, New Home and Grand Prairie. Buck and Janet, natives of Corpus Christi, were in first grade together at David Hirsch....God had a plan. They attended ACU where Buck played football and majored in Bible. After preaching here in Corpus Christi for 25 years, Buck now leads the prison ministry. They are parents of Tishanne Carroll and Yancy Griffith and granddaughter, Taryn Meeks.
Felix Kneuper is our prison minister. He works with Buck to direct the program.
B.S. in Radio-TV-Film 1983, Univ. of Texas, Austin; B.S in Biblical Studies 1992, Institute for Christian Studies; M.S. in Biblical Studies 1994, Abilene Christian University.
Felix worked in the film / TV industry before becoming a minister. He has worked as a campus minister / Bible Chair director, youth / family minister, pulpit minister and a prison minister. He has served churches in Oklahoma, Texas, and New Mexico, and started teaching in prisons in Oklahoma. After serving as the pulpit minister in Fort Stockton, TX for 9 years, he currently serves as a prison minister for the Kings Crossing Church of Christ.
Felix enjoys writing and performing music, hunting and camping with his family, aviation, and is a licensed amateur radio operator. His wife Lenora, has a degree in Missions from Oklahoma Christian University and their son Sean, an Eagle Scout, is a freshman engineering student at OC. Their daughters Hannah and Kara are home schooled, and enjoy singing and playing cello and violin in the orchestra. All three of the children have obeyed the Gospel, and are active in church activities like L.T.C., singing school, camp, and mission trips.