Kentucky Road Staff

  • Tony Maxwell - Lead Minister

    Tony joined the staff at Kentucky Road in the fall of 2009. He served as the Youth Minister until June of 2013, when he accepted the position of Lead Minister. Tony was born and raised in Knightstown, Indiana. He moved to Moberly, MO in 2003 to attend Central Christian College of the Bible. He graduated from Central in 2007 witha B.A. in Biblical Research. While at college, he served in a number of different ministries, mainly youth oriented. Tony and his wife Emily met at Central and were married in 2007. They currently have six children, Hannah, Hadassah, Micah, Naomi, Isaiah, and Nehemiah. Tony enjoys watching and playing any sport imaginable, hanging out with friends, and playing board games with his wife and friends. 

  • Jacob davidson - youth minister

    Jacob joined the staff at Kentucky Road as Youth Minister the summer of 2016.  Jacob was born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa and moved around a lot.  He moved to Moberly, MO in 2012 to attend Central Christian College of the Bible.  He graduated from Central in 2015 with a B.S. in Youth and Family Ministries and a minor in Pastoral Counseling.  While at college, he served Kentucky Road as a volunteer.  He then moved to Algonac, Michigan for a year to to serve as a youth minister.  He moved back to Mexico in 2016.  Jacob and his wife Martha met at Central and were married on March 5th 2016.  Jacob enjoys traveling, hunting, shooting guns with his wife, and just being around people.

  • Alexia scott - Worship director

    Alexia joined our staff at Kentucky Road in the fall of 2019 as the worship director. Alexia was born in Minneapolis and grew up in Foley, Minnesota. She is now a Junior in college attending Central Christian College of the Bible in Moberly, Missouri. She is studying Christian ministries and worship ministry. Alexia enjoys anything musical, hiking, reading, drawing, and hanging out with friends.

Elders of Kentucky Road

We are an Elder ran church. This means that our Elders make the majority of decisions when it comes to the business of the church. The main task of our elders is the shepherding of the members and regular attenders of Kentucky Road. These men serve in a three year capacity. At the end of their term, they have the option to take a leave from the Eldership or to be brought before the congregation for another three year term. Listed under each man's name will be the years of their current term. 

  • Kevin Barnett


  • Dennis Jacobi


  • Jim Klusman


  • Roger Mantle