King Kendall will be featured as a guest Youth Pastor on the hit show “Ask The Youth Pastor” Live on the TCT Network Akron Ohio!
Tune in live from your TV, PHONE, TABLET or COMPUTER to watch live!
a link will be posted right here and on King Kendall Facebook & right here on his website!
Ghetto Preacha (Gods. Human. Example. To. The. Opressed) #BeMen Founder T Sarver & by popular demand King Kendall bring down the house live in Youngstown Ohio @ Holy Trinity Baptist Church!
GP & T Sarver will be traveling from Indianapolis, Indiana to be with King Kendall & Holy Trinity on this EPIC night!!!
Come ready to show up and show out! Bring a friend or 2! And lets show King Kendall & His Crew how Youngstown GETS DOWN!
Once again he’s back for a special Back to School Youth Sunday!
The event will also honor the 2019 Healthy Heroes from Youngstown Brian Marrow, Head Coach of the East High Football Team, William “Guy” Burney, My Brother’s Keeper and the Warren area Rev. Todd Johnson, Pastor of Second Baptist Church and CEO of the nonprofit Focus and Michael Engram, founding Executive Director of Game Changers.
With a solid history of educating the community in the area of health and wellness and holistic empowerment, AAWALK has provided health screenings, workforce development training and educational community resources; impacting more than 100,000 African Americans nationwide. AAWALK 2019 will be an opportunity to continue our growth and success of the Initiative reinforcing the importance of living healthy and happy by taking care of our bodies. “Many times when people think of health and wellness they only focus on one or other and the here and now. However, it’s important to look at all aspects of what it takes to create and maintain a healthy lifestyle and understand what you have done in the past to get to this point and how you must change specific habits and lifestyle to have good health and wellness. This shift in mindset will help address preventable health diseases that are killing black men and families in urban community.”
Why AAWALK in 2019 FACT:
One in nine American men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer, which is the second leading cause of cancer death and the most commonly diagnosed. In 2018, nearly 165,000 new cases of prostate cancer are expected in the United States. Among those statistics, one in six African American men will develop the disease in his lifetime, which is almost two times the rate of white males. African American men are also 2.3 times as likely to die from the disease. Join us to Save Lives. For additional information regarding the Initiative, go to www.aawalk.org or contact 330-788-1696.