Brandon Sweeney

Salt City Church,
Lead Church Planter
Salt City Church
October 14
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About My Family

I am a devoted husband to my wife, Ashantae, and father to our three amazing kids. I was born and raised in Akron, Ohio. Christ found me in college while playing football.

I am passionate about preaching God’s Word, shepherding people and raising up leaders to be salt and light wherever life exists. Vocationally, I have worked as an educator, counselor and coach. I am also a two-time author. I hold degrees from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University and Argosy University.

Ashantae and I met in Greensboro, N.C., and were married in July 2011. Ashantae is a native of New Orleans, La., and holds degrees from Howard University and North Carolina State University. She is currently enjoying this season of being a devoted wife and homeschooling mama to our three kids, Judah, Bethany and Aubrey.

About My Church Plant

Our vision is to see this generation living transformed by the gospel of Jesus Christ, connected to God and each other, and living on mission where life exists.

Our mission is to equip believers to represent Jesus to everyone, everywhere.

NAMB Church Planting

Millions in North America are in desperate need of hope. Ultimately, the only hope that’s going to last - in this life and the next - is the hope of the gospel. North American missionaries build relationships and share this hope in their communities and beyond.


Pray that God will help me lead and love my family well. Pray that God will provide resources and people. Pray for boldness to share the gospel and open hearts among the people to whom we speak. Pray that through this ministry, more people would come to saving faith and live on mission. Pray for stamina and longevity for ministry amidst attacks from the enemy. Pray that God will knit our team members hearts together.


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