Kendrick is a surname which may originate from:

  • The Welsh word Cynwrig meaning "greatest champion", or
  • The Anglo-Saxon word Cyneric meaning "family ruler".
  • The Highland Scots surname Machendrie, frequently anglicized into Kendrick and MacKendrick

Kendrick may refer to:

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Alex Kendrick - Film Career
... have become more influential than churches, Kendrick set out to change the perception of movies in mainstream America ... He co-wrote (with brother, Stephen Kendrick), directed and acted in all four movies Sherwood Pictures has produced ... Kendrick also appeared in the film The Lost Medallion, to be released in theaters in March 2013 ...
Sherwood Pictures - Filmography - Courageous (2011)
... The Kendrick brothers completed the script at the end of 2009 ... Alex Kendrick also stars in Courageous ... Co-producer and co-writer Stephen Kendrick stated that "The film's desire is for men to leave the theater making the decision that Joshua made when he declared, 'As for me and my ...
Kendrick - Schools
... Kendrick School, a foundation girls' Grammar School, in Reading, Berkshire, England -- named after John Kendrick (1573-1624) Kendrick Boys School, founded in 1875 from the legacy of ...
Sharon Kendrick - References and Resources
... Sharon Kendrick's Official Website Sharon Kendrick's Webpage in Harlequin Enterprises Ltd's Website Sharon Kendrick's Webpage in Fantastic Fiction's ...
Stephen Kendrick
... Stephen Kendrick is an American film writer and producer, co-writer of the book The Love Dare with brother Alex Kendrick, and senior associate pastor at Sherwood Baptist Church in Albany, Georgia ...

Famous quotes containing the word kendrick:

    I met a little Elf-man, once,
    Down where the lilies blow.
    I asked him why he was so small
    And why he didn’t grow.
    —John Kendrick Bangs (1862–1922)