|The Mission of Cascade United Methodist Church is to bring others to Christ and to nurture and develop the spiritual growth of our membership.|
|The Vision of Cascade United Methodist Church is to be a Christ-centered church that effectively and efficiently develops spiritual gifts, embraces the local and global community and nurtures all generations.|
|Reverend Kevin Murriel|
REVEREND KEVIN R. MURRIEL
Kevin Murriel was born on May 28, 1986 in Brandon, Mississippi. He is a 2008 graduate of Jackson State University where he earned his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration also being named as the 2008 Student of the Year for the College of Business. Kevin is a 2011 graduate of Emory University's Candler School of Theology and is currently pursuing his Doctor of Ministry degree at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina where he was admitted into the 2011 inaugural class. He formerly served as senior pastor of Antioch United Methodist Church and assistant pastor at Atlanta First United Methodist Church–both in the Atlanta College Park District of the North Georgia Annual Conference.
Since accepting his call into the ministry at age 18, Kevin has shown a significant record of helping people live with confidence by encouraging them to develop and maintain a genuine relationship with Jesus Christ. He is the author of “Who’s Afraid of the Journey? 8 Steps to Help you Walk in the Confidence of Christ!” which is a spiritual guide designed to nurture all people into a more confident and assuring walk with Jesus Christ; which is exactly what Kevin has devoted his life to doing. Kevin is an active member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Incorporated and is the creator of the Path 180 app which is a mobile ministry app that includes sermons on demand, inspirational podcasts, writings on issues of social justice and much more. Path 180 is available free on the iTunes Store and the Android Market.
All in all, Kevin is a young man who loves the Lord and loves to help others. His motto in life is “Live God, Love God, Follow God; and in all things, stay the course!”