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A 4th generation Texan and 3rd generation Hutto Hippo, Rev. Christopher Leschber leads the work of Romans 12two as the Founder & Executive Director. His journey through the ministry includes serving diverse churches through community outreach, small group leadership, and leading as a youth director across Central Texas. A Texas A&M alumnus, he is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Christian Education with an emphasis on Discipleship at Dallas Theological Seminary.


Rev. Leschber was ordained at the predominantly African American church, Pleasant Grove Baptist Church in College Station, TX, led by Rev. AC Clark, III. Christopher also had a long list of community recognition and accomplishments including working in real estate for 20+ years, serving as the former President of Round Rock Rotary, graduate of Leadership Round Rock, a STARRY mentor, and even Mentor of the Year for a local school. However, despite what seemed to be a pristine public image, Christopher was battling personal demons from within. With criminal charges including multiple DWIs and public intoxication, Christopher knew his days of drinking, partying, and promiscuity needed to change. Despite best intentions and a circle of support, demonic strongholds continued to take charge of his decisions. 


Christopher was served with divorce papers from his first wife creating a custody challenge with his two sons. Fast forward a couple of years and as he reflected upon the damage his decisions resulted in, he pledged to walk a new life. He is now married to the love of his life, Tiffany, and they have two beautiful children together and continue to navigate the struggles of this world as a unified body of Christ on their family farm in Hutto, TX. However, the family experienced the unexpected passing of their youngest son, Ezra Arnold, affectionately known as Ezzy Boo-Boo, on May 12, 2020, when he was only 3 years and 15 days young. They hold fast to the sovereignty of God and believe as the Bible says, that all of his days were numbered by the Lord. They know God is faithful and they know Ezzy has made his way home. 


Christopher has remained sober since 2015 and finds his purpose in leading anti-trafficking efforts and “healing families & society by transforming the minds of men into the mind of Christ through discipleship within a community of warriors for the kingdom of heaven.” 

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