This site is dedicated to my beloved brother Reverend Dana D. Farmer, Sr.
Dana loved God, his family and friends, his church and the community.

Although we didn’t have the same parents, he was my brother!  We celebrated at each other’s weddings and often spoke of the joy of our families.  I had the pleasure of knowing his lovely wife as we all attended schools in the Atlanta University Center.
Dana was a loving husband and to this union was born 4 amazing children.
My children lovingly referred to him as Uncle Dana and for years did not realize that I could not be an only child AND have a brother LOL.
He loved and supported his “niecies” whole heartedly and unconditionally.

Dana and I met at Booker T. Washington High School when we were 14 and remained close until he transitioned in December of 2022.
Dana attended Morehouse College, The Interdenominational Theological Center, was a naval officer,  and a member of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity where he was named man of the year 2 years in a row.  Dana was a strong advocate for community,  education,  and worked with the Blue Nile Passage organization to build the spirtual, moral and cultural character of youth in the community. 

During Covid, Dana said that God called him to do FB live sermons beginning with Easter Sunday.  Of course I volunteered to help in any way possible.  While he thought it would only be that one Sunday, he went on to deliver sermons every Sunday on FB live.  I was the sound check, scripture projector, anything he needed!

He preached his last FB live sermon on Sunday December 11th and spoke of having one’s house in order.  He an old hymn – “Won’t it be grand – I’m going home to live with Jesus – Won’t it be grand”.  He passed 3 days later.

Dana always supported me through my various ventures saying “onward and upward”.  His life was one of passion with purpose. He did so much for so many during his time here on earth.

I miss him dearly and hope to make him proud as I grow this site and services.  My ultimate goal is to  work  with others to establish scholarships in his name.