Because leadership is always so determinative on the well being and spiritual growth of the body of Christ, one of the first things the Apostle Paul saw to do was the appointment of elders in every church as shepherds of God's people (Acts 1:23; Titus 1). Two key New Testament passages (1 Timothy 3:1-13 and Titus 1:5-9) provide us with the essential qualifications that such men must demonstrate in order to be qualified to serve the local church.
Kim Alexander is currently 63 years of age and has lived in the Roscoe area all his life. He and his wife, Marsha, will have been married for 44 years in July, 2019. They have two grown children, Roddy Mack, who is manager of Alexander Ag, the family agricultural business located in Roscoe, and Kari Su, who is a speech pathologist in El Paso. Dr. Alexander is superintendent of Roscoe Collegiate ISD, where he has been employed for the past 31 years. His hobbies include farming, ranching, swimming, and study of the Scriptures.
Paul Johnson and his wife, Verla, have been married for more than thirty years. They have also raised three children together: Jordan and his wife, Ariel, Lauren and her husband, Kolby Free, Kimberlin and her husband, Ty Roberts. Paul continues to be a student of God's word. Like Timothy, Paul has a rich heritage of being trained in the scriptures by his grandmother, Marie, and his mother, Pat.
Randall Smith has been a lifelong member of the Roscoe Church of Christ. He is married to Coilla and together they have four marvelous children, Cheyenne and his wife, Kylee, Cale and his wife, Kimberly, Anna, and Caden and his wife, Brittany. He is also affectionately known as 'Buddy' to his six extra-marvelous grandkids. Randall's favorite church activities are our monthly potlucks, fellowship events, and singing. He lives his life according to the beloved scripture, Philippians 4:13