Nana is the West African title from the Akan tribe that translates PASTOR/PRIEST/KING.
Nana Rudolph Stewart III is the husband of Jerlys D. Stewart and father of their three nations: Imani Diane, Rudolph the 4th and Jeriah Diane and God Father to many.
Nana has earned both a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications and a Master of Divinity degree from Howard University graduating summa cum laude with a 4.0 GPA.
He is the founder and under Shepherd of the Sankofa International Baptist Church located in Washington, DC. Sankofa is an Adinkra symbol used by the Akan people of West Africa. It is a bird that flies forward while looking backwards with an egg in its mouth. The church’s vision is expressed in the literal translation of the symbol “go back and fetch the lessons you have forgotten.”
Nana Stewart is the Senior Pastor of Bophelong Baptist Church in Sazolburg, South Africa and regularly preaches revival for the Bophelong Township in the Orange Freestate area of South Africa.
He is the professor of Biblical Interpretation at The Washington Baptist Seminary in Washington, DC and Biblical Expositor of The Missionary Baptist Minister?s Conference of DC and Vicinity. In addition, he is the leader of the Washington, DC Theological Scholars Table.
Nana Stewart serves as a member of the Board of Directors for the Haiti Micah Project, Inc. an international mission to improve the quality of life for homeless children and adolescents in Haiti.
He has authored two books: Child, What in the Hell is Wrong with You? And Lord Help, My Child Done Gone Crazy!