Born in Athens, Georgia as the middle of three sons to Larry and Rhonwyn Kendrick. Grew up in Smyrna, GA and graduated from Kennesaw State University with a Bachelor's degree in Communications. Worked as a Christian DJ for two radio stations before attending New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and being ordained into the ministry. Served as a minister to college students in Marietta, GA for four years. Married his wife, Christina, and moved to Albany, GA where he served as Associate Pastor of Media at Sherwood Baptist Church. While at Sherwood, he founded Sherwood Pictures and began writing, producing, acting, and directing feature films. In 2015, he wrote and directed War Room, which reached #1 at the box office. Also co-wrote seven novels and the "Love Dare", which made it to #1 on the New York Times bestseller list. Later co-wrote the New York Times bestsellers "The Resolution for Men" and "The Battle Plan for Prayer". Alex and his wife now have six children.
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