Because of who God is,

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D. K. Kearney is the beloved Pastor of Turner Memorial located in Hyattsville, Md. D. K. Kearney is known as a powerful preacher of the Gospel, cutting edge leader of God’s people as well as a Leadership Coach. He has helped many to reach their fullest potential and restore their life and community. Rev. Kearney has courageously refused to accept mediocrity in ministry. He is biblically based and Holy Spirit led which has exhibited transformation in the life of Campbell’s congregation. Pastor Kearney’s extraordinary vision, unconventional leadership and prophetic calling has lead Turner to grow in WORSHIP, DISCIPLESHIP, LEADERSHIP, STEWARDSHIP & FELLOWSHIP.

The Rev. Daryl K. Kearney is a spiritual advocate, sought after for his transformational leadership approach to ministry. He is a gifted preacher and teacher.

On June 1, 2010 the Rev. Daryl K. Kearney was assigned to serve as the distinguished pastor of Campbell AME Church in Washington, DC. His 25 years of ministerial experience has prepared Pastor Kearney for innovative, cutting edge ministry and leadership for Campbell AME Church, which has brought healing, restoration, vitality and empowerment to the people of southeast Washington, DC.

Pastor Kearney has prepared himself educationally, having received a Bachelor of Science in Education from Morris Brown College ’96; a Masters of Divinity from Payne Theological Seminary ’00 in Wilberforce, Ohio. Pastor Kearney is a certified Leadership Assessment Coach, specializing in Executive Dimensions Benchmark, Prospector 360 by Design, & Skill Scope.

Personally, Pastor Kearney is father of two daughters Ve’Andra and Janelle. He is a member of the NAACP and Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.

“I had fainted unless I had believed to see the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living. Wait on the Lord, and be of good courage- wait I say on the Lord.” Rev. Kearney has embraced one of his favorite scriptures as the motto of his life.


2 thoughts on “Because of who God is,

  1. Hey Mr. Kearney my name is Anthony Epps I haven’t seen you since I was a little fella. My brother Charles was your childhood best friend. I thought of you today because Sam Young passed. I don’t know why you were the first person I thought about. I hope all has been well for you. We came a long way from Glendale and Northwood Circle. Keep doing what you’re doing my brother. Love always

  2. i would like to hear a lot of your preaching if possible. i am even prepared to buy them. i am touched by being willing without a maybe

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