About Todd

Todd Wagner and a small group of friends established Watermark Community Church in Dallas, Texas, in November 1999. Watermark was born out of a desire to connect people with the richness, adventure, and fullness of life that comes through Christ alone and to reach the unchurched, de-churched, dead-churched, and unmoved. Todd serves as Senior Pastor and Elder at Watermark, which has become one of the largest and fastest-growing churches in the United States. Watermark is also home to The Porch, one of the largest ministries to young adults in the country, as well as the Church Leaders Conference, which exists to encourage and challenge other leaders and faith communities with God’s vision for His Church.

Under Todd’s leadership, Watermark was recognized as the “Best Places to Work” in Dallas-Fort Worth by The Dallas Morning News in 2019. Out of conviction, Watermark has operated debt-free since its inception.

Todd is the author of Come and See: Everything You Ever Wanted in the One Place You Would Never Look. He has been a keynote speaker at national and international leadership conferences and a guest contributor to The Dallas Morning News and other media outlets. His weekly video podcast, “Real Truth Real Quick” reaches tens of thousands of people each month.

Todd and his wife, Alex, alongside their six children and grandchildren, love to live, laugh, and serve together in Dallas, Texas.

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  1. I absolutely adore the way you share Gods Word Pastor Todd. Our little country like church of about 20-45 max has been without s pastor. Ow for 2 years and I don’t like what is going on there with the pastor committee. I am trying real hard to believe that the trustees and deacons on this committee are doing what God is calling them to do but I just think they are weary of looking and 2 particularly have a personal interest in the decisions being made. I would love to find someone like who says it like it is in a loving way and not to offend but to teach, encourage and lift up others. Most just want to stay status quo and I don’t. Keep doing a Great work in TX and please pray for our little church in warren,OH.

    Continue being a blessing to all who hear you!

    Sister in Christ
    Brenda Scott