Dr. Kwesi Kamau leads IMPACT Church DFW and the Impact Discipleship Movement-a network of disciple-making movements in North America. He preaches and teaches Christ-followers globally to love people to life in Jesus Christ, and he works for unity in the Church and justice in the world. He wrote several books, including A Passion for Prayer and Making Disciple-Makers.
Dr. Kamau has pastored churches across the United States for over twenty-five years with a gift for church revitalization, spiritual formation, and inspiring community impact. He has also served with national and international organizations such as the One Church One School Community Partnership Program and Imani Bridges. In Dallas, he worked as board chair of the Greater Dallas Coalition, a collaborative, organic, missional movement established to transform the city spiritually and socially. He also co-founded Dallas Black Clergy for Safety, Equity, and Justice.
First and foremost, a family man, Kwesi Kamau is grateful to share his life and ministry with his wife, Monti, their five fantastic children—Nia, Jada, Bailey, Josiah, and Jeremiah, and his mother, Ann Bailey.
(D.Min, Southern Methodist University, M.Div., Candler School of Theology)