Dreaming God's Dreams

John Kelly


Dr. John P. Kelly is a global apostolic strategist with a three-fold calling:  to be a voice concerning the apostolic movement, to mentor emerging apostles, and to give counsel to apostles in transition. To advance this calling he founded LEAD (Leadership Education for Apostolic Development) as a serving ministry to help men and women achieve their apostolic destinies. Apostle Kelly partners with and assists apostles in building and/or strengthening their apostolic networks by seminars and consultations.  He is gifted with a strong apostolic, prophetic, and teaching anointing, which significantly impacts and transforms leaders in both the Church and business arena.

John Kelly was raised in NJ and was the NJ State Golden Gloves champion two years in a row. He was a top football player in high school and college and played for the New York Jets in their 1964 season. He entered military service after that year and was trained by the FBI and the CIA for covert operations overseas. He himself then became a trainer of the “Special Forces” during the Vietnam era. Before entering full time service as a minister of the Gospel he also successfully owned and operated a number of businesses in construction and real estate.

Apostle Kelly is one of the founders of International Coalition of Apostles (ICA) and serves its presiding apostle Dr. C. Peter Wagner.  As the Ambassador Apostle for ICA, he travels worldwide to assist in the development of emerging and established apostolic ministries and networks.  He is a faculty member with both Wagner Leadership Institute and Christian Leadership School of Training.

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