Larry's Passion

To recognize, resource, and release individuals to build the Kingdom

Larry Titus has been in full time ministry for 55 years. In 2001, he completed 34 years of influential innovative pastoral ministry in the states of Washington, Texas, Pennsylvania and Ohio, to devote himself to the mission of Kingdom Global Ministries, an organization he founded in 1992.

For decades Larry Titus has trained thousands of men and women to be effective in every facet of their lives, marriages, and ministries. Larry has equipped leaders that span dozens of nations. His commitment to global missions has also resulted in thousands of churches, schools, orphanages, and Bible schools being established and sustained on every continent.

Larry is the author of The Teleios Man—Your ultimate identity, a complete curriculum for men's ministry that provides discipleship in 12 areas of a man's life. Larry and Devi coauthored the book When Leaders Live Together—How two strong personalities can thrive in marriage.

Larry speaks in multi-denominational and ethnic environments of churches, conferences, and men’s retreats. He is founder of two major gatherings: The Teleios Men's Summit, a relational gathering of men to edify them with biblical truth and testimonies in an atmosphere of intense worship, and the biannual KGM World Connect, which brings global leaders and kingdom-minded individuals together for the purpose of networking and resourcing their visions.

Larry and his wife, Devi, are both California born and currently live in the metropolis of Dallas/Ft Worth, Texas. They have been married for 56 years and have two children, six grandchildren and ten great grandchildren. Together, Larry and Devi and their family models the dignity and sanctity of the home and are committed to mentoring and releasing both men and women into their Kingdom callings.

The imprint of Larry Titus wherever he goes is LOVE. If you know him, you love him and he loves you—somehow, he makes that evident.

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