For the last 18 years Tommy and Stacey Covington, natives of Little Rock, have been working with youth and families all over the world. As Christian pastors they have seen first hand how the breakdown in the family unit plays a tremendous role in today’s problems and tragedies. Recently, they spent the last 4 years mentoring African-American kids in their hometown of Little Rock. The Covington Family have taken their passion to help their community and paired it with their love of the outdoors at Cov’s Kids. The community-based mentoring program uses outdoor activities such as fishing and bow hunting to teach self-confidence and inspire life-long growth in Little Rock area youth.
Tommy and his wife, Stacey, are natives of Little Rock, and their heart is to simply help people. They have pastored churches in Arkansas, Kentucky, and Florida, but Little Rock has always been considered home. They have two amazing children, Matt and Aly, who equally share their heart for loving people. Their family believes in investing time, love, and compassion into their community to make a real difference. Tommy learned at an early age the importance of treating everyone with the same love and respect regardless of skin color. Cov’s Kids was started in honor of Ken Covington, Tommy’s dad, who would drive his old Chevy pickup into the inner city and pick up kids for baseball practice and games.
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