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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.
This is Question #4 in Kelvin Teamer’s Kingdom Life: Experiencing God’s Reign through Love and Holiness.
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An Invitation to Life under the Reign of King Jesus
Why People Leave the Church: 3 Reasons from the Book of Revelation
Why do people leave the church? The Bible gives 3 basic reasons: People leave the church because they want to, or they feel they have to, or they have been taught that they ought to. In our cultural moment in the West, all three reasons are beginning to coalesce to form an overwhelming attack against... Daniel McCoy
Getting Realistic about the Weight of Temptation
Since the dawn of time, humans have underestimated a great many things. And will we continue to underestimate, I suspect, until time has reached its demise. The one underestimation that I think is most grievous is when we underestimate temptation. This human vulnerability is hardly given the consideration it’s due. Maybe, in part, because of... Debbra Stephens
Lord’s Prayer: As We Forgive Our Debtors
We live in between the old and the new. The Kingdom is “now,” but it is also “not yet.” So if forgiveness is the bridge between the two, and we live in between the two, that means we need to live in forgiveness. As someone once put it, forgiveness is the very atmosphere of the... Jeremy Bacon