Tim Findley, Jr.
hails from the Newburg neighborhood of Louisville, Kentucky. Raised in a faith-filled, working-class home alongside three siblings, he was taught a number of ideals that govern his life today: be honest, be fair, do things the right way, give everyone the benefit of the doubt, defend those who are in need, speak up for the mistreated, respect another person’s life, and value education. To him, this can all be summed up as love God and love people.
Tim is a graduate of Jefferson County Public Schools (Marion C. Moore High School), and is seminary trained.
In the past decade, he has served the Louisville community in various roles. He was the city’s Faith-Based Liaison for Metro Government’s Office of Safe & Healthy Neighborhoods, a West Louisville Connector, an Executive Board member of Centerstone Seven Counties, a Steering Committee member for both Evolve502 and 15,000 Degrees, and a member of Leadership Louisville’s Class of 2016, among other appointed roles. Tim also served the Commonwealth as a member of Governor Andy Beshear’s Justice and Public Safety Cabinet Transition Team. In the summer of 2020, he founded the Justice and Freedom Coalition.
Along the way, he has made friends from all walks of life. He is most proud, however, of preaching the gospel as founder and senior pastor of Kingdom Fellowship Christian Life Center as well as being a #GirlDad to his daughter, Kendall.