There are several examples in the Bible of kings consulting with advisors before making decisions. In fact, many times the advisors were the ones responsible for the success or demise of the kings. (Of course, the KING was responsible, because the King was the one that ultimately chose to either follow or disregard the advice.)

At Kingdom Comprehensive, we are not trying to jump into the same pool as other christian legal ministries that provide free legal representation when religious liberties are threatened. Rather, we exist to provide advice to the leaders of churches, ministries and missions on the day-to-day operations. We want to be involved long before there is a “legal issue” and advise how to best set up the organization to be able to avoid the legal issue altogether!

We want to look at the contract before it is signed and before there is a dispute over the terms. We want to advise on employee policies and liability waivers before there is any litigation, real or threatened! We want to advise on accounting practices before the audit! We want to advise on how to handle the required meetings and properly make changes to the governing documents before litigation is looming! THAT is our passion!

We want to provide prayerful advise on the front end.

We are happy to work with your organization if you need an attorney to handle a specific issue that is already occurring, but we also exist to demonstrate the value of getting us involved at the outset.

So please contact us! We want to help!

What do we mean by “church”, “ministry” and “mission”?

Kingdom Comprehensive is happy to help any follower of Jesus Christ endeavoring to advance the Kingdom of God – regardless of whether the organization falls into an obvious church, ministry or mission, or whether it is doing so in another way.

But what is a church, ministry or mission? Well, that may not be an easy answer in the larger sense, but I want to clarify what we mean when we talk about them at Kingdom Comprehensive.

Traditionally, a church is a body of believers that gather to praise and worship God, nurture the members and to impact the community through outreach. A ministry is a specialized area of focus that primarily focuses inward towards the Body of Christ. A mission is similar to a ministry, but primarily focuses outside the Body of Christ. Both ministries and missions can be tied to a church, but both can also be independent.

At Kingdom Comprehensive, we focus on churches, ministries and missions because those organizations or endeavors have a deep, basic need for legal, accounting and leadership advice–much like secular companies–and this is the ministry God has equipped me for and called me to serve in.

However, let me be clear that there are businesses outside of “traditional” ministries/missions that also focus on and accomplish Kingdom purposes. The Lehman Brothers (owners of over 100 real estate offices in 33 states) said “Your title and where you are paid does not determine whether you are in full time ministry or not.” They routinely teach their people directly from the Bible. THAT is Kingdom focus! Also, many Chick-Fil-A owners think of their restaurants as a “leadership academy that happens to sell chicken and fries.” That is also Kingdom purpose! Secularly-focused jobs, businesses and hobbies can accomplish Kingdom purposes too!

As mentioned above, Kingdom Comprehensive is happy to help you in your Kingdom-focused endeavor!

So, if Kingdom Comprehensive is really a ministry, why is there a charge? Well, this is for a couple of reasons:
First, I need to provide for my family.
Second, there is a responsibility that comes with paid services that is different than when someone offers free advice. There is also a value placed on paid services or paid advice that just isn’t there in free advice.

Sometimes it is hard to discern a difference before you actually partake. A fast food burger has many of the same properties as a gourmet burger from a local chef, but they are worlds apart. Similarly, there is a difference between a “googleable” contract and one that is crafted and honed by counsel that is focused on your specific needs and goals.

We are focused on helping your organization first, so contact us and experience the difference!


Kingdom Comprehensive’s focus is one thing, and one thing only: to help your organization fulfill God’s purpose for it. We do that by providing sound, prayerful advice to help your organization navigate the complex world we live in. We provide advice quickly, efficiently and focused on YOUR organizations main goal.

Most of the time when facing a decision, the best avenue to take will depend on where you want to go. For instance, if you want to start a corporation there are several possibilities: LLC, S-corp, C-corp, PA, non-profit. The kingdom purpose of your organization will help us set you on the right path.

We can help you with the questions that you don’t really have knowledge to answer, and we can help you answer other more complex questions. For instance, what if you want the benefits and ease of an LLC, but the tax protections of an S-corp? What if you want to create a for-profit company, but also want to allow people to donate to your company and get the tax benefits? Those are the questions that we can help you navigate! The questions that aren’t really able to be googled. The ones that require something more than just a static input and a predictable answer.

More importantly, sometimes we can even help answer questions you didn’t ask!

We want to help you navigate those issues so you can focus on what God has called you and your organization to do! We want to focus on the focus of Kingdom Comprehensive, helping you to focus where you need to focus!

So, focus on the menu and contact us!

How can we help?

God created the body. In fact, Paul writes extensively about it in 1 Corinthians. He says, starting in verse 27:

Now you are the body of Christ, and each one of you is a part of it. And God has placed in the church first of all apostles, second prophets, third teachers, then miracles, then gifts of healing, of helping, of guidance, and of different kinds of tongues.

There is no question that God has given each of us special talents, abilities and gifts. He does that for a couple of reasons. To bless us, of course, but also to bless the rest of the body that does not have your particular gifts and abilities.

I firmly believe that God speaks directly to pastors, elders and other decision makers in the church–if they seek guidance in prayer. I cannot deny that God also wants to use the entire body though. Just because we seek God and ask for guidance, does not mean that He won’t use the rest of the body. If that were the case, there would be no need for those special gifts in others that are in the Church. And my guess is that the Bible would not have the teaching quoted above. Rather it would probably say something like: If you are sick, just pray. If you need leadership guidance, just pray. If you need financial advice, just pray. If you are facing a legal question, just pray.

Don’t get me wrong! In each of the situations above you should ABSOLUTELY pray. Pray first, and often. But don’t dismiss the specialized knowledge, which provides guidance as mentioned above, that is available through the body of Christ. Don’t fall into the group of folks that never take advantage of the other parts of the body. Don’t make the judgment that you do not need the body.

The eye cannot say to the hand, “I don’t need you!” And the head cannot say to the feet, “I don’t need you!” On the contrary, those parts of the body that seem to be weaker are indispensable, and the parts that we think are less honorable we treat with special honor. And the parts that are unpresentable are treated with special modesty, while our presentable parts need no special treatment. But God has put the body together, giving greater honor to the parts that lacked it, so that there should be no division in the body, but that its parts should have equal concern for each other. If one part suffers, every part suffers with it; if one part is honored, every part rejoices with it.
1 Cor 12:21-26

He expects us to use the body. Doctors, accountants, general contractors, security officers, teachers, financial advisers, and lawyers are not necessarily commonly thought of, but are a part of this expectation.

My prayer is that when you need the help of a pastor, that you seek a pastor’s help. When you need a doctor, that you seek a doctor. And when you are making the daily decisions that have legal implications – like accepting the help of servant leaders, entering into contracts for installation, renovation, or even trash pickup, when you need to part ways with an employee, etc. – that you contact us for that specialized legal knowledge.

Kingdom Comprehensive was started to do just that – provide the specialized legal knowledge – and to make that directly available to ALL churches. Please contact us so we can help you!