“Dallas will always remember Pastor Wesley and his efforts to make Dallas a better place to live. . . . His legacy will continue to live on.”
—Terrell D. Bolton, Dallas’s first African American police chief
Cheryl Wesley, wife of the late Dr. Karry Wesley, offers intimate insight into the charismatic yet humble pastor of the Antioch Fellowship Church of Dallas, with more than 5,500 members.
In Dr. Karry Don Wesley: Reflections of a Life Well Lived, come meet or remember the beloved intellectual, scholar, prolific writer, and accomplished teacher. Those who knew Dr. Wesley share their most meaningful moments with him—a man known as Pops, Doc, Karry, Papa, Pastor, brother, friend, father, husband, and fishing partner.
Perfect in his pursuit of doing what he believed God desired of him, Karry was the type who prayed before trying other solutions first, and his sermons were characterized as “memorable and transportable,” the kind that “etched” themselves into the heart of the listener.
Cheryl Wesley offers a poignant and honest review of a man who stayed true to his path, leaving a legacy that reveals what a difference a relationship with the Lord makes in the lives of those who love, trust, and obey Him.