Leadership

Staff

Pastor

Rev. Timothy Fox, PhD
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Tim moved to Austin in Summer 2016 to become the pastor of Christ the King. He received a PhD in New Testament from the University of St Andrews, Scotland. He is a fellow with the Center for Pastor-Theologians. Before pastoring CTK, Tim served as a ruling elder in the Free Church of Scotland, as a college pastor on the central coast of California, and as a campus minister with Cru in East Asia and in California. He and his wife Marijke have four young kids; they all enjoy reading, gardening, and hiking. 

Worship Director

Josh Adams
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Josh joined CTK in 2018. He has had the privilege of serving in ministry and leading worship in a variety of churches, campus ministries, on mission trips and at retreats. He is a founding member of the bluegrass/americana band Kentucky Divide. Josh has a degree in Guitar Performance from the Atlanta Institute of Music and teaches guitar, ukulele and bass at the Musicians Woodshed and Guitar Center. He met his beautiful wife, Morgan, in North Carolina and they have been married since 2010. He is a diehard Kentucky Wildcat fan and has two spoiled dogs, Sadie and Wyatt.

 

Officers

Ruling Elders

Larry Laine

Larry Laine currently works for Texas Disposal Systems after retiring from a twenty-two-year career in state government. He is actively involved with Isaiah 55 (a ministry principally serving the deaf as well as the neglected kids living in the poorest section of Reynosa Mexico) as a board member and also as a team leader for CTK's annual summer mission trip. He and his wife of forty-four years have four grown children and five grandchildren.

Bob Hardister

Bob was one of the founding members and first elders of Christ the King. He leads a community group, leads men's theology discussions at local pubs, and helps teach adult Sunday School. He is a software developer in central Austin. He plays guitar and accordian in a Cajun band (Gumbo Ce Soir) and is an avid Cubs fan. He and his wife Tresa enjoy camping and spending time with their daughters. He likes reading, especially Walker Percy, and has been a longtime member of a local book club.

Todd Finch

Todd is a native Texan, and grew up in Nixon—an hour south of Austin. He has been at Christ the King since 2005, and became an Elder in 2018.  A graduate of Baylor and University of Texas at San Antonio, he has worked in high tech since 1995, and currently works at Oracle. He loves his wife, Allison, and two children Benjamin and Claire, very much!

Chris Corley

Chris is a native Virginian who has lived in Austin for over 30 years. He has taught high school math and science at Regents School of Austin since 2004. He and his wife Diane, both life-long Presbyterians, joined Christ the King in 2013. Chris became an Elder in 2018. Chris and Diane have three grown daughers whom they enjoy visiting whenever possible. Chris enjoys cycling and reading in his spare time.

Deacons

James Allen

James has been worshiping at Christ the King since 2003. He is a 20+ year veteran of the Intel Corporation where he had held a variety of jobs. He currently serves as a deacon and the treasurer of CTK. James is a native of Birmingham, AL, but lived in Huntsville, AL; Atlanta, GA; and Portland, OR before coming to Austin, TX. He is a diehard Crimson Tide fan by any reasonable standard but a fair-weather fan by Bama standards.

Jim McAndrew

Jim and his wife Ashley have been worshiping at Christ the King since 2013. Jim is the proud father of three children and enjoys traveling, playing music (guitar and violin), reading and long discussions about reformed theology and philosophy. He is also an entrepreneur, technologist and software architect who loves creating lean startups.

Paul Benoit

Paul and his wife Brittany have been worshiping at Christ the King since 2013. They are also foster parents and would love to adopt a child/children who are in need of a loving home. Paul grew up in the OPC and Baptist denominations. He attended the University of Texas at Austin and works in the software industry in the North Austin area.