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Kingdom Life: Experiencing God’s Reign Through Love and Holiness

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Kelvin Teamer

Kelvin Teamer is the Minister at the Bouldercrest Church of Christ in Atlanta. Prior to serving in this capacity, he served as Youth Minister for 11 years. Kelvin also is the founder of Inspire Counseling and Coaching and works as a Marriage and Family Therapist and Certified Life Coach. After graduating from Southern Illinois University with a BS in Marketing, Kelvin went on to pursue studies at the Georgia School of Preaching and Biblical Studies where he graduated in 2005. He then went on to graduate from Amridge University with a Master of Divinity and a Doctor of Ministry. Kelvin is married to the love of his life, Kimberly. They have two wonderful children: Joshua and Jordan.
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When Jesus preached the Good News of his kingdom, not everyone agreed that the news sounded good. Many felt that truly good news would mean victory for whatever earthly kingdom best advanced their own interests. Living under the kingship of God sounded invasive and arduous. Yet some welcomed the reign of Jesus as the best news possible. For people who hungered and thirsted for righteousness, a kingdom defined by love and holiness easily outshone kingdoms characterized by selfishness and moral decay. In Kingdom Life, Kelvin Teamer describes life under King Jesus and invites you to embrace Jesus’ reign as the true satisfaction of your longings.

Kelvin Teamer offers a refreshing and clear definition of the kingdom of God and how it is to be manifested “on earth as it is in heaven.” This book is both scripturally sound and practical in application.

— Randy Cordell, Lead Pastor, Lakeshore Christian Church, Nashville, TN

This book offers the reader insight into God’s holiness and God’s love in a way that brings out practically how we promote the kingdom of God.

— Alvin L. Daniels, Minister, Hope Church of Christ, Miami, FL

In this angry, reactive, and self-centered world, we must strive for holiness and a cross-shaped love to reveal God’s kingdom and Christ the King.

— Dr. Michael C. Turner, President, Amridge University