About Us

Kingdom Overflow Ministries was initially launched by Matt and Jordan Roten in 2020. It exists to display the Gospel of the Kingdom and enable people to walk in the fullness of Christ.

Who We Are


Kingdom Overflow Ministries is made up of a group of believers from diverse backgrounds and denominations who have encountered God in a tangible way and want to see His Kingdom expand here on earth.

What We Do


We believe it is the sacred duty of all believers to manifest God’s Kingdom in a broken world. Our teams desire to meet physical and spiritual needs in our community, share the hope of the Gospel, and equip all believers to walk in the fullness of what Jesus died to give them. We do this through various housing and community projects, outreach events, worship nights, and conferences

Our Vision


  • There are an estimated 23,000 children per year aging out of foster care. Within four years of aging out, 70% will be on government assistance, 50% will be unemployed, and 50% will experience homelessness.
  • Of the 22 million adults in addiction recovery in the US, 9% are unemployed. Research shows that mental and emotional wellness, as well as meaningful work, are essential to a solid recovery. Addiction treatment without these other elements is ineffective.

These demographics, as well as many others, are in need of a place to go where they can receive care while also learning skilled trades and finding meaningful employment. That’s where we come in.

We are currently raising funds to purchase and renovate a facility where we can house up to 300 individuals at a time for long-term care. For our North Carolina pilot program, we hope to open our doors by the end of 2024, creating a network and framework that can continue expanding into new demographics and locations. Learn more about our Vision here.

A Letter from Matt & Jordan

Over the past few years, as we faithfully prayed for the Kingdom realm to come down and manifest in tangible ways around the world, the Lord guided us into ministry. It started with small speaking events, nights of encouragement, Bible studies, and prayer groups—lifting our voices together to fill up homes and churches with the Word of God. And now, He has called us to step out in faith and believe for even bigger things.

As we pray for God’s mighty hand of power to move through us—His church—our desire is to see all believers become one in mind and heart, giving powerful testimonies of the resurrection of the Lord Jesus. We want to see the restoration of the bride of Christ. We want to see chains broken and lives resurrected.

We pray that every single person reading this has an encounter with the resurrection power of Jesus Christ and that it manifests as the miracles, signs, and wonders they have been asking for so that they can have the opportunity to believe in a new and deeper way.

That kind of encounter is what gives us access to the faith and courage it takes to forsake everything else as we surrender to Jesus. That kind of encounter is what gives a hurting and broken world a taste of kindness from a faithful God. So Lord, may we taste and see that You are good! May we bear witness to the resurrected Christ. May we shout to those around us that Jesus is alive and so, so worthy of our surrendered life.

We also pray for the Lord to increase our boldness. For the things that have not yet come to pass, remove from our lips and hearts any religious excuses so that we do not diminish what Jesus has accomplished. Instead, teach us how to press in to You, Jesus. Let us fall on our faces and encounter You again. In ways we can’t deny. In ways we can’t stop talking about. Let us encounter You so clearly that we can no longer be silent about who You are and what You have done.

May the cry of our hearts be for Your Kingdom to reign, on earth as it is in Heaven.

Jesus taught: “Repent, for the Kingdom of God is at hand!” And not once did He withhold the miracle. He never withheld Your kindness, God, because it is Your kindness that leads us to repentance. It is Your kindness, and love, and mercy that leads us to continuously change our minds and our perspectives—to adopt the mind of Christ—until we begin to understand that we live under an open Heaven. Until we recognize that the Kingdom of God is accessible, available, and within us. Ready to be released.

So we pray, oh God, for Heaven to meet earth.

And for the world to ignite.