Kenny Martin

How Long at John Wesley Church?
Became Senior Pastor on August 2, 2015.

Pastor Kenny is married to Pastor Estelle.  On May 17, 2016, they  celebrated 30 years of marriage.  They have two daughters, Chalana Haney and Tiara Davermann, and three grandsons, Isaiah Kenneth, Arion, Jr., and Jonah Evan; also, one granddaughter, Norelle Jasmine Nicole.
Past Ministries
Associate Pastor/Senior Pastor, Lighthouse FMC (English), St. Louis. MO
Senior Pastor, New Vision Fellowship FMC, Forestville, MD
, Senior Pastor, John Wesley FMC, Indianapolis, IN

Past Activities
Assisted in establishing the Lighthouse Community Outreach Center, St. Louis, MO
Served on several community-based boards in St. Louis, MO
Responsible for two church plants in the Washington, DC area
Presided over Kingdom Ministries Network (KMN), which provided leadership training for pastors and leaders in MD and DC

Present Activities
Serves as evangelist and teacher for Christian camps, Conferences, Christian educational institutions and churches, nationally and internationally
Serves on the Wabash Conference Ministerial Education & Guidance (MEG) Board

Why John Wesley? 
I believe that God sent me to John Wesley FMC to be the pastor and I simply said, yes, and answered His call.  I also know that God has prepared me to continue the legacy of building a multi-ethnic, multi-cultural, intergenerational church.  This is my passion and my purpose, which is to see the people of God come together as one to reach all people for Christ for the Kingdom of God. This is why I am at JWFMC for such a time as this to LOVE God, LOVE people and MAKE disciples.

Music and Books
I love and appreciate any books on leadership, leadership development, personal development and church growth.  What I enjoy and listen to most is gospel, praise and worship, and contemporary Christian music.  I also listen to mostly classical music and some R & B oldies but goodies.

We are destined for greatness to serve.
“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” ~ Jeremiah 29:11