Pastor Kim McTillmon BIO

Servant Leader

Pastor McTillmon has searched the scriptures and found that many are called but few are chosen. Matthew 22:14

Pastor McTillmon is a devoted wife to Selvyn McTillmon and a loving mother to one daughter Alexis Torrellas, son in marriage Ruben and loving granddaughter Aundria.

Pastor Kim has served as Chaplain at Barber-Scotia College in Concord, NC, her alma mater 5 years, and supply Pastor for the Empire Circuit of the United Methodist Church in Randolph County for 3 years.

A native of Randleman, North Carolina, she graduated from Randleman High School and is known in the area for her natural athletic ability especially on the basketball court. While attending RHS, she was selected Most Improved 1980-1981, Most Outstanding Athlete 1982-1983, and voted Player of the Year of Randolph County in 1982. She was a four sport letterman all four years of her high school tenure.

The athletic ability enabled her to attend Barber-Scotia College, in Concord, North Carolina on a full basketball scholarship. She was noted on the Dean’s List Spring 1985-1986 and fall of 1986-1987, while being recognized for High Academic Achievements and placed in the Who’s Who Among students in American Universities and Colleges in 1987. After completing the course requirements, Pastor Kim graduated from Barber-Scotia in May of 1987 reigning with the title of Miss Barber-Scotia College, receiving her Bachelor’s of Science degree cum laude, and featured in the Ebony Magazine.

Employed with the Guilford County School system for 25 years as an educator, she has taught third through sixth grades and coached girl’s basketball, boy’s volleyball and special assistant to the football team.

She has served as the Curriculum Facilitator with the Middle College on the campus of NCA&TSU, the first all-male High School in North Carolina and a School of Excellence and Distinction. The MCA&T has been named a Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education.

She is a past Head Coach for the women’s basketball team at Randleman High School as the first African American Female coach and inducted into the Hall of Fame at Randleman HS as the first African American Female to receive this award. She also coached Volleyball at Randleman Middle School as an assistant.  Pastor Kim was licensed in 1999 and ordained in 2003 under the Pastoral Care of the late Reverend Joseph Duke, Pastor Emeriti of Outreach Missionary Baptist, Inc. Greensboro, North Carolina. She served there as an Associate Pastor for 6 years.

As a Servant Leader, she ministers in the spirit of the motto of her Alma Mater for, Head, Heart and Hand.

She received the Master’s of Divinity degree from Hood Theological Seminary Salisbury, NC in May, 2013.

She is currently the Servant Leader of Marytown Community Heritage Center, located at 2802 West Vandalia Road, Co-Founder of the future Camp LucyAnn a retreat center located in Goldston, North Carolina, for those that seek to become one with God and one of the founding members of International Ministries United, inc. She is an Associate Pastor at Love Fellowship Believers Church, Inc. under the leadership of Senior Pastor, Kevin G. Webb.

Her favorite scripture to date is Romans 8:31…”if God be for us, who can be against us?”

Pastor McTillmon is also intrigued by the Last Will and Testament that her fellow alumnus left before she died, the great Mary McLeod Bethune, “I leave you Love, love builds. It is positive and helpful. It is more beneficial than hate.”

Pastor McTillmon is the CEO and President at G.O.L.F., LLC which is designed to vacillate education with motivation in an effort to help individuals realize the Most Valuable Player they have the capacity to be right now, not later. She works with individuals and corporations in order to achieve this vision.