Kingdom People Living by Kingdom Principles walks the reader through the years since the formation of the church in the book of Acts. It gives us a clear picture of the merger of mission and evangelism. He also offers a strategy for the local church to look at in developing its own evangelism strategy. Dalton Jenkins is to be commended for the work that he has done for the church.
Phil Whipple – Bishop, Church of the United Brethren in Christ, USA
Connection with community and local missions are at the heart of this manuscript (book). In it, the author presents biblical proof of the ideology behind missions as well as practical steps for churches to take in order to improve this area of service among their own congregations. The author even offers “case studies” from the Bible as examples.
The material is highly organized and logically presented. The author has taken great care to ensure that the reader can follow the text and understand and apply its principles. The author’s tone is authoritative but relatable, and his education and passion on the subject of missions and for Christ are evident in his work. The author uses relevant Scripture and other texts to support and define his position. The content, while written from the author’s denominational background, seems to be applicable to most other denominations and also accurately reflects traditional Christian doctrine. There is no doubt that this text will aid and influence church leaders and their churches to serve God in this most significant way. – Editor – Westbow Press
I have known Dr. Dalton Jenkins for many years! Early in his life, we sensed that God was calling him into the ministry. The developments as his life have unfolded bears strong testimony to the divine call of God. His work has touched numerous lives; he continues to make himself available to God. His latest work bears testimony to the tremendous impact that his work can be to reach thousands of persons across the world.
Rev. Dr. Owen C. Gordon, JP
President: Regent College of the Caribbean (formerly Jamaica Bible College)
7 Burmalia Road, P.O. 141, Mandeville, Manchester, Jamaica W.I.
As you read you will be experiencing a personal walk the Lord, as you seek to follow and obey His commandment, being compassionate to those whom you interact, but most of all participate and enjoy in the great commission, which we are called for. – Marcia Ricketts
“This book was phenomenal. It was very informative but above all it was so convicting…a few times while editing I had to stop and pray” – Tonia Jenkins
The book offers a fresh perspective into missions without taking away from the “history”. The use of personal experiences really brings the book to life and shows the practical and identifiable aspects of missions.
The layout of the book is perfect. There is a book in each chapter and I like that. It will prove to be a useful text for missions students the world over. The language is such that it makes for easy reading. It’s the kind of investment that every pastor who has a heart for mission, should make. – Daren Larmond
This book is biblically sound and captures the essence of what kingdom building is about: declaring the Good News and ministering to the total person. – Joan Gayle
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