Lee Domingue is an entrepreneur, international speaker, pastor and author of Pearls Of The King. His passion for the local church to be the hope of the world drives him to help pastors and marketplace leaders understand just how vital they are to each other. Only by effectively developing a intentional relationship will they reach the potential of their God-given destinies. Through Kingdom Builders U.S. and serving as Legacy Pastor at Church of the Highlands in Birmingham, Alabama, Lee brings inspiration and practical strategies for pastors and marketplace leaders to understand how dynamic their relationship can become to build the Kingdom of God.
Lee draws his messages from decades of success in business, dedicated study of God’s Word, and committed service to his local church. In 1997, He founded AppOne, a financial technology company that was later acquired in 2007 by Wolters Kluwer, a multi-billion dollar global information and compliance services company. After the acquisition, Lee worked as CEO – Indirect Lending until retiring in 2011 to focus his passion on Kingdom Builders U.S. and Trafficking Hope, the anti-human trafficking campaign he and his wife founded in 2007. Lee was Executive Producer of anti-trafficking motion picture, CAGED NO MORE, which released in 2015.
And at age 43, Lee was the youngest person to be named Business Report / Junior Achievement "Businessperson of the Year." In 2014, Lee and his wife Laura received the "Community Leaders Of The Year" award from the Cenikor Foundation. Lee has served on various boards like A21 Campaign, Omni Bank and Promise Keepers.
Lee's favorite "never quit" quote is: "Remember amateurs built the Ark….professionals built the Titanic."
Kingdom Builders believes the destinies of pastor's and business leaders are intertwined; one cannot fully achieve their God given potential without the other. God has given pastors the vision for his Church, but he has given business leaders the gifts and talents to fund the vision. Our heart is to train and equip pastors and business leaders on how to work together to see the mission of their local church fulfilled.