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Pastor/Founder of Freedom Fellowship Church
David Kennebrew is the founder and pastor of Freedom Fellowship. David answered the call to ministry in 2007 and began serving at New Lake Church of Christ (Holiness) U.S.A. in Jackson, MS. and then Christ Temple Cathedral Church of Christ (Holiness) U.S.A. in Little Rock, AR before moving to Atlanta, GA. and serving at Higher Calling Ministries as the Youth and Young Adult Pastor. During this time he completed a Bachelors of Arts in Business Management at Jackson State University (2007) and a Master of Divinity Degree with a concentration in Homiletics at The Interdenominational Theological Center (2014).
David possesses a passion for teaching and preaching the transformative and liberating gospel of Jesus Christ. He believes the Gospel has the ability to change the heart, mind, and soul of all of humanity and that it also can unite humanity across generational and cultural lines. David’s vision is that through the Gospel of Jesus Christ, Freedom Fellowship will become a multi-cultural and a multi-generational church.
David currently serves as the national assistant coordinator for the Church of Christ (Holiness) U.S.A. Young Adult Ministry. He has traveled throughout the United States conducting Young Adult Ministry trainings and workshops. His heart for millennials and anointed exegesis of the holy word has opened divine doors for him to speak nationwide as a conference speaker, bible study facilitator, and well sought after revivalist.
Outside of church, David is the founder and chief creative designer of the David Staccato Clothing Company, which is a custom clothing company that specializes in men's dress shirts and accessories. He also volunteers at local schools and community centers working with children and youth.
David is a native of Folsom, LA and the son of Bishop Vernon and Mary Kennebrew. He has four siblings, Delesslyn, Daniel, Dorcas, and Darius, and a niece and nephew that he considers his own.
Although David has experienced success and acknowledgement early in his ministry, he remains humbled by John 15:5 which states, “I am the vine; you are the branches. If you remain in me and I in you, you will bear much fruit; apart from me you can do nothing.”
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