Adrian Reeves is a missions mobilizer and serves as the Director for the National African American Missions Conference (NAAMC). In this capacity he oversees missions programming for children, teens, and adults empowering them through resourcing, equipping, and networking for cross-cultural missions. He is also the Executive Pastor for Christ Kingdom Church in Prince George’s County, MD. Adrian accepted the Lord at the age of 12 and dedicated his life to the advancement of God’s Kingdom. He strives to build capacity in God's people through insightful instruction and edifying encouragement.
Having studied sociology at the University of Maryland College Park he is a Hillman Entrepreneur Scholar passionate about establishing structure and strategy for organizations and institutions. His experience in human resources and non-profit management have allowed him to train ministry and marketplace leaders for positive cultural impact. He is married to Niesha Reeves and they have two wonderful children Adonis (son) and Nyazia (daughter). Recently he established a new platform called “The Table of Brotherhood” through NAAMC to foster racial healing and harmony among multi-ethnic churches and missions agencies.Back to Annual Meeting page