About Nik Walker Ministries
Nik Walker was born and raised in the small coal mining town of Mullens, West Virginia. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Education from Concord University. Prior to graduating from Concord University, Nik played college football at the University of Charleston in Charleston, WV. It was there that he also pursued a nursing degree. Nik also worked for AmeriCorps as a Community Coordinator for Energy Express of West Virginia and was previously employed by the Wyoming and Nicholas County School Systems as a teacher. Nik also coached Little League Football in his hometown of Mullens, WV.
In 2013, God called Nik into the ministry where he began preaching while in high school at the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) at Wyoming East High School. Nik was raised in a Pentecostal Holiness Church and served as a youth pastor for three years. He now operates a full-time evangelism ministry, traveling and preaching nationally with three goals in mind: to wake up the church, save the lost and to empower a generation. Nik’s ministry office is currently based in Cleveland, TN.
THE MISSION OF NIK WALKER MINISTRIES
Nik Walker Ministries carries a dynamic assignment to wake up the church, save the lost and to empower a generation. Nik and his ministry team are committed to bridging the gap between generations and bringing the body of Christ in America back to intimacy with the Father. The core of the mission is to bring the fullness of the Spirit of Jesus back to a sleeping church. Nik’s assignment has placed him in the pulpits of many churches, public school auditoriums, and outdoor venues of many cities. Wherever God leads him, a bold message is preached that draws the hearts of many to repentance.
HOW THIS MINISTRY BEGAN
God has a unique way of calling us to our purpose. Nik Walker Ministries was birthed from an invitation from the sponsor of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) at Wyoming East High School in West Virginia during his junior year. Seven months, following his salvation Nik began to speak to his peers at their weekly FCA service at school. Though the message was brief, only nine minutes long, it left a life changing impact on many students. This began a journey for Nik and the FCA leadership to leave an impact on the schools within Wyoming County, West Virginia. Nik began reaching out to principals of local middle schools, asking for an opportunity to speak to their students and to give a call to salvation. The results were revival within the school system. By June of 2015, nearly 500 middle and high school students had given their hearts to Jesus during these assemblies. This was the beginning of an evangelistic ministry for Nik. This is something that he continues to do in schools today when given the invitation. Nik has spoken in schools across West Virginia. His vision is to continue to reach students in schools across America. Nik’s ministry has witnessed over 3,000 students experiencing salvation in the public school system and thousands more in his revival meetings.