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Pastor Anita Jahwar


Pastor Anita Jahwar is a mother, anointed-inspirational speaker, prayer warrior and mentor.  She has a strong passion for helping and ministering to others to see them saved, delivered, set free, empowered, and encouraged through the Word of God. She desires to usher God’s people into His presence and reveal a new experience with love, passion and joy found at His feet.  She started back in 1999 as Usher President, Youth President, Young Women President, Women President up the ladder to Pastor. She holds a missionary license as well. She gives all praises to God, her late husband, both her mother Rosie and sister Patricia who’s now resting with the Lord, great mentors and friends that have truly been a help.


She was the co-founder of Models of Merit – Empowering Women and Redefining Beauty which began September 2014.  Models of merit served women with domestic violence issues.  Pastor Anita also started Outside of these Walls for women outreach and motivation, partnered with several organizations to bring about change at the local, state, and government level.  Served on several committees in the schools, community, and in the church. She leads a life full of prayer, dedication and faithfulness. One of her favorite scriptures is Isaiah 6:8 “Also I heard the voice of the Lord, saying, Whom shall I send, and will go for us? Then said I, Here am I; send me”. 


Cicely Barrett


Cicely Barrett is the assistant to Pastor Anita Jahwar, a Sales Support Manager at Republic Services with over 20 years experience in the customer service/sales arena. Specializing in leadership management; administrative; team building; process improvement and analytical skills. By concentrating and making sure all customer and employees needs are met, Cicely utilizes her skill sets to go above and beyond and achieve monthly goals. 

Cicely is a student of Broward Community College located in Coconut Creek,Fl; Republic Services ASU program; Flower Mound Leadership Academy; and BOSOE academy. Cicely also volunteered at the Arlington Life Shelter from 2018-2019. 

When she is not busy with work she enjoys spending time with her girls, fur kids and church family. Her favorite Bible passage is Psalm 23.


Mother Gwendolyn Campbell


Church Mother to Kingdom War Church. Appointed by the late Bishop Omar Jahwar; and currently serving under Pastor Anita Jahwar. 


"God has called me to be a mother of many. He gives me individual representation to each of His children to assure them that His presence is always with them. There are no age requirements; and I am privileged to demonstrate God's love to His children. God gave me the slogan: "There is always room for one more!" This keeps me very close to Him because this is a responsibility that I cannot handle alone."

Candace Flemming


Candace Fleming is an educator by profession and a genuine lover of people at heart. She has spent more than twenty years pouring into the lives of at-risk youth through varying capacities that include teaching, mentoring, workshop facilitation, and special events. For ten of those years, she worked inside Title I Schools as an 8th-grade Language Arts & Reading teacher, Department Chair & Instructional Coach. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Journalism, with a Minor in Education from Old Dominion University, and her Master of Education from Walden University.

She has a passion for social justice and a commitment to strengthening communities and families. This passion is evidenced in various roles that she fulfills at work, in ministry, and in the social service organizations of which she is a part.

Candace is a devoted wife and mother, who happens to be navigating the journey of being separated by incarceration. Out of their experience, she and her husband, Willie, birthed Families of Conviction, a non-profit organization devoted to serving children and families impacted by the incarceration of loved ones.




Hi, my name is Cameron Sweet and I’ve been a member at KWAR since 2017. I am a photographer and videographer, and I graduated from Stephen F. Austin University with a degree in photography and Digital Media during the COVID-19 pandemic.

In my personal life, I am engaged to my beautiful fiancé Julia and we are both passionate about pursuing a life in ministry. We feel called by God to use our talents and gifts to serve others and make a positive impact in the world.

As a youth leader, I am committed to guiding and supporting the young people in our church as they navigate their faith journey. I am always looking for ways to creatively engage and inspire our youth, and I believe that together, we can make a meaningful difference in our community. 




Omni, is currently at UNT getting her bachelors in Media Arts. She has seven years of experience with lighting, sound, and video. She has worked on stage plays, musicals, and live shows. She has a passion for Christ and youth and is currently working as a substitute teacher. She is the second youngest daughter of Pastor Anita & Bishop Omar Jahwar.  Omni is the youth leader of KWAR’s Konnect YTH, her goal is to satisfy the vision by promoting collaboration and unity amongst all people.  




Kendra Lewis is a woman after God’s own heart. Her passion is helping others to recognize their divinely designed purpose through writing, speaking, mentoring, and coaching.  Kendra chooses to see life through a spiritual lens, not wanting to miss the valuable lessons that God often teaches through everyday things.  She believes that affirming oneself in Christ is key in developing the confidence and strength it takes to walk a purposeful life. She is an Empowerment Coach and owner of K. Lewis Coaching & Mentoring and became a published author in 2022 with her self-published book, “I AM:  14-Day Journal of Affirmations, Devotionals & Reflections.”  She is also a Mental Health Advocate working towards becoming a licensed clinician. Kendra believes that her life experiences, no matter how difficult, have not been in vain and is not ashamed to share her many testimonies in hopes of helping others break away from spiritual strongholds.




My name is Patti McDaniel I am the mother of 11 children 10 of my children are adopted. I own a bookkeeping firm and a nonprofit called From Pain To Victory. In the past I have taught women’s Bible study and sang on the praise team and in the choir. Also I have worked in youth ministry and children ministry.

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Brian Lewis was born and raised in Dallas, TX where he graduated from Franklin D. Roosevelt High School. He later went on to earn his B.S. in Computer Science from Wiley College. Brian is a teacher for Duncanville I.S.D, where he serves as an Inclusion Teacher in the Special Education Department. Brian was drawn to a career in education because of his passion for pouring into youth and being a positive support system. He has chosen to work in Special Education because he desires to work with students who are often frowned upon and at times mistreated and forgotten. He allows God to use him in a way that brings these students confidence and hope as they face challenges in life. Brian is a firm believer in the golden rule, “Do to others as you would have them do to you” (Luke 6:31). Brian is currently serving as our men's coordinator of the Frontline Men's Ministry.




Rahim Handy is known for the documentary The Dream Chaser, a film consisting of over 97 interviews of hip hop industry top elites, close friends, and the entire family of 18-year-old slain rap star Lil Snupe.Rahim began a production company called Still A Savage Media Group in 2010 which expanded to become the current company Clear Motion Films. Rahim is a former student of Berklee College of Music where he studied Avid Pro Tools as well as Mixing and Mastering for recording. Rahim studied film at University of Texas at Arlington, Texas.

*******(Rahim was in production on multiple documentary films that he has self-producing and directing. In 2017 he was awarded Best Visual Producer by Afterparty Radio DFW's number one Online Radio Station.) if still too long delete******

He has worked on media for BET Hip Hop Awards; as well as the military Yellow Ribbon Program. Today he has produced and directed over one thousand music and promotional videos for many celebrities, personalities and organizations from rapper Future to Potters House Church in Dallas.

He has also grown Clear Motion Films to be based out of 2 regional offices Atlanta (South East Region) and Dallas (South West Region).

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