Rev. Will Ford
Director of the Marketplace Leadership Major, Christ for the Nations Institute (Dallas, TX)
Will Ford currently serves as Director of the Marketplace Leadership Major at Christ For The Nations Institute, in Dallas, Texas.
A banking and finance graduate from Morehouse College and bible student from Emmaus Road Ministry School in Euless, TX, he is the founder of Hilkiah Ministries. Many know him internationally for his family heirloom, and its connection to slavery and prayer for freedom. Will is the owner of a kettle pot used by slaves in his family for prayer. Forbidden to pray by their slave master, Will’s ancestors would pray underneath the kettle late at night to muffle their voices. Will uses this prayer bowl as a catalyst for gathering groups together for prayer and teaches throughout the world on intercession, revival and societal transformation.
Will has been interviewed by CBS, featured on The 700 Club, and in Christian magazines. His recent book, co-authored with Matt Lockett is “The Dream King: How The Dream Of Martin Luther King Jr. Is Being Fulfilled To Heal Racism In America.” He is a recipient of the “Mantle of Destiny Award” from the King Family Legacy Foundation.