Antipas Harris - Faith-Based

Virginia Beach, Virginia

Dr. Antipas Harris teaches graduate and doctoral level students at Regent University School of Divinity.  He regularly hosts the Praise the Lord Show on TBN, is a contributor for the Christian Post and speaks and preaches regularly at churches, schools, conferences, and universities. For the past three years, he has been a breakout session speaker at the Annual Bishop T. D. Jakes International Pastors and Leadership Conference.  Antipas has planted churches and leads ministries and community engagement efforts in Norfolk and Portsmouth, VA, Port-au-Prince, Haiti, and in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.  As a leader of leaders, Antipas' vision is to raise up leaders to transform society and to train pastors to lead churches in effective 21st century ministry.  He serves on the board for the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference where he is a charter member of the Faith and Education Coalition along with Dr. Bernice King, CEO of the Martin Luther King Center.

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Christina E. Hamilton

Dr. Antipas truly has a heart for God and ministry, but also a heart and a zeal for helping students and aspiring leaders like myself, to reach their greatest potential. Its not everyday that someone of such prominence opens their hands to help others in such a way and for that he is truly a blessing to many! I feel he would be more than deserving of this award, with a confidence that he will be a great representative of it for years to come! God Bless Dr. Antipas and thank you for encouraging my mission!

July 15 at 10:34 AM
Lydia McCord

Dr. Antipas, known as "Ant" to me, has always been the same. He has always had a heart for people and the things of God. To see the man he has become today makes me so proud to have grown up with him and to see that he truly has, and continues to inspire and make difference in so many lives. He truly shows that you can be the difference and bring about change. For this reason I believe he deseve this award. I pray that God continues to use him in a mighty way to show forth His glory on this earth.Congratulations Antipas on being nominee!

July 14 at 7:00 AM
Tori Jones

Dr.Antipass is such an inspiration. I get his newsletter and I always grow after reading them.

July 05 at 9:02 AM
LuQuona N.

Bishop T.D. Jakes introduced Dr. Antipas Harris sometime ago. Dr. Harris preached a sermon that spoke to my soul. Every since that day, I have followed him on social media as well as online. His words of encouragement and his wisdom has encouraged me to pray more. He has inspired me to want to be a better Christian; so every Saturday, I join him along with other people across the country in Saturday Morning prayer on his prayer line. Every Monday he sends out motivational emails that help jump start my week with positivity. Thank you Dr. Harris for being such a inspiration! God Bless!

July 05 at 6:29 AM
Cindy A

Dr. Antipas Harris is one of the first professors I met at Regent University. We immediately connected over our passion for missions and developing leaders,particularly young men and women from underprivileged backgrounds. I became his first intern and together we created YURC: Regent's first Youth and Urban Renewal Center. Dr. Harris exemplifies integrity, hard work, purpose, compassion, intellect, and passion in raising up leaders and transforming our society. I am so proud and privileged to have been one of his students.

June 28 at 8:33 AM
Bishop Joy Bendoy

Dear Dr. Harris, just want you to know hiw grateful I am to God forgiving you.the ability to articulate God's powerrul word. You are an eccellent teacher.

June 27 at 10:48 AM
Robert Mason

Congratulations Dr. Harris upon your selection, you certainly are a great inspiration to me. May the Lord continue to Bless and Prosper you!

June 27 at 9:15 AM

I came across Dr. Harris on the TD Jakes live stream when he preached a sermon last year. His sermon touched my soul. Since then, I have been following Dr. Harris on social media. I have gained so much confidence and inspiration from his posts. More recently, I have been dialing in to the Saturday morning prayer call. The Holy Ghost moves so powerfully on the call. Every time that I get on the call with something on my heart, Dr. Harris prays over it without me even voicing my request or concern. That's how I know the Holy Spirit is there. He's such an inspiration from a small town, like myself, to traveling the world and letting God use him.

June 27 at 8:32 AM
Lynn Thelwell

I have never been one of his students, however just while attending RU, Dr. Harris always had a word of encouragement for everyone he crossed paths with on campus. Lynn Thelwell

June 27 at 7:07 AM
Matt Stakes

Congratulations Dr. Harris. Your wisdom and heart to serve continue to inspire many and make a difference.

June 25 at 10:52 PM
Jeannette Stephens

Dr. Harris, I thank you for the time you spend in prayer, and allow God to pour into you and you are able to pour into the world, building stronger leaders for the kingdom to transform the world. I know you are walking in God's favor and I thank God for you receiving John Maxwell 2016 Leadership Award and being apart of this powerful team.

June 22 at 7:02 AM
Jane Powell

You are an awesome man of God. It is a pleasure in being taught by you.

June 21 at 9:22 PM
Betty Childs

I have known Dr. Antipas Harris from birth until now. I have seen him grow and mature in the lord. His messages have changed and renewed me in the Lord Jesus. A strong man of faith. I pray that he continue to let Jesus lead and guide him. Be strong in the Lord.

June 20 at 8:15 PM
John Hatcher

Dr. Antipas Harris has been a consistent leader in the Hampton Roads area for a number of years now. He brings integrity and a fresh examination of Christian living in the 21st century. Dr. Harris encourages and challenges leaders at every level to examine and align their daily living with Holy scripture. May God continue to strengthen Dr. Antipas Harris as he lives out his purpose in Christ Jesus!

June 20 at 8:29 AM
Sebrina Brown

Congratulations on making the Top 30, Dr. Harris!

June 17 at 6:45 AM
Robin Joseph

Dr. Harris is an outstanding leader, who leads by example. He is very compassionate about his call and work in the ministry, and in the community. He works tirelessly on all of his projects and he has demonstrated a spirit of excellence. His willingness to help others is impeccable. He travels all over the world to see how best he can use his gifts and talents to serve others. He has a heart of giving and sharing. He thinks of others before himself. As a professor at Regent University, he empowers his students with wisdom and knowledge. As a preacher, he proclaims the gospel with boldness and truth; as a friend, he demonstrates honesty, loyalty, and commitment. Building lasting relationships are very important to him as he continues to be an example, leader, and educator for the next generation.

June 15 at 9:24 PM

Dr. Antipas has always been a fantastic role model and leader. I grew up in a church back in Connecticut where he played a big role in our youth group. . Antipas has always expressed such great passion and drive in everything he has done. Whenever he gave a sermon at the church, I was always so inspired to do more because he was so passionate about what he was doing and always strived to make a difference. It's encouraging to know that he has accomplished so much because that shows me that with hard work and dedication, you can go anywhere in life.

June 15 at 5:47 PM

Dr. Harris is an exceptional leader who lives what he preaches! His ministry has been a blessing to the congregation I pastored in Norfolk and he was vital to us establishing the first Hispanic community center in Norfolk, VA

June 14 at 4:14 PM
Alex Alexander

Dr. Antipas Harris, is an admired speaker, teacher,, mentor, philanthropist and educator who has is one of the most positive influential leaders among his peers. His commitment to empowering humanity to rise to the call is becoming one of the greatest thoughts of the 21st century. He evokes the desire to discover the hidden self, while also challenging each person who hears to not only to discover but to put the discovery of your own gifts and talents to great use.

June 14 at 7:20 AM
Kendra Jackson

Dr. Antipas Harris is a phenomenal leader in today's society. His eagerness to serve, teach, and guide individuals has influenced and inspired me-- and I am certain that his time in ministry will continue to bless others. I had the privilege of meeting Dr. Harris in 2014 as a guest preacher at my church, and it is an honor to know him as my mentor and friend in ministry. His words are always encouraging, insightful, sound, and uplifting. It is an honor to know Dr. Harris, and I am very happy that he has been nominated for this award. Congratulations Dr. Harris! Glory to God for the things He has done!

June 13 at 8:25 PM
Brandon Clark

It has been an honor to know Dr. Harris during my schooling at Regent University. He has been so much more than a professor to me. He has provided wisdom and insight into tough issues facing the church and the world. He has led by example and continues to inspire me to pursue more of God and be a better leader to those that I have influence. Heartfelt congratulations and may God continue to use him in a mighty way to impact nations and further the Kingdom!

June 13 at 7:55 PM

Congratulations...Well deserved honor for such a dedicated scholar andtheologian who loves people and serves his community!!

June 13 at 4:37 PM
Deacon Marguerite Lackard from Massachusetts

Excellent choice for this award! May God continue to use Rev. Dr. Antipas Harris in a mighty way. May you know more of a God that can do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us.

June 13 at 11:38 AM
June Green

Congratulations Dr. Harris, great job!

June 13 at 11:06 AM

I am honored and blessed to know and Dr. Antipas Harris as author and teacher.

June 12 at 1:06 PM