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Meet Timothy


Having served God and country for his entire career, his decision making is  guided by the principles of the Holy Bible. Timothy and his wife Darlene have lived in North Carolina for over 27 years and have two daughters.

Timothy Believes...


Say what you mean and mean what you say.

Our schools and our homes should be safe.

Growth of business, means growth in jobs for our community.

Working to end poverty is all of our responsibility.

Government needs to be the solution to problems, not the source of them

God's Word (the Holy Bible) is Truth.  We can base our lives, our families, our country on it.   

Lifetime of service to others


Teacher, preacher and chaplain, Timothy has worked with Eight Days of Hope (American Family Association), rebuilding homes damaged in various hurricanes.  

Lifetime of Service

32 years of military service, starting with the USMC Drum and Bugle Corps, Washington, D.C.


Community Volunteer


Working with youth has been a passion of Timothy's from the time he graduated from college. He has coached high school football, helped found Women in Love with the Lord (Fort Bragg); served as a board member for Military Heart (now a part of CRU) and law enforcement chaplain.   He met and married Darlene while in college.  They have been married for over 42 years.  

And finishing those 32 years of military service with the 82d Airborne Division.


Timothy is a graduate of Fort Wayne Bible College as well as Alliance Theological Seminary.   He earned his Doctor of Ministry degree at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.  Since 2011, he has been teaching at Grace College of Divinity.  In his military career, he was the Honor's Grade of the U.S. Army Chaplain's General Staff Course; a graduate of the USAF Air War College, and considered for Brigadier General in the US Army Reserves.  

Timothy Leever is a retired member of the U.S Army Reserve.

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