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We call it a gospel meeting but it has many other names as well: revival, renewal, preaching, etc. But though it has many names, it has one purpose: giving people an opportunity to hear God’s message of salvation. Some people look down on preaching, but it is God’s way of bringing salvation to us (1 Corinthians 1:21).

February 9-12, Sunday through Wednesday, Dan Jenkins of West Palm Beach, will be with us to bring a series of lessons designed to share the good news of salvation offered in Jesus (Details Here). All the lessons are open to the public.

“How shall we escape if we neglect so great a salvation?” (Hebrews 2:3).



week sermon 5



presented by
Bruce Daugherty




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Dan Jenkins was born in Huntsville, AL in 1939. His grandfather was a gospel preacher, and his father was an elder in the church. Thus, Dan, following in their steps, started preaching when he was 14. He is a graduate of Freed-Hardeman and David Lipscomb Universities.

Following his graduation, the Jenkins went to New Zealand and worked in the mission field there for almost ten years. Returning to the States in 1974, he preached in Birmingham, Alabama for seven years, but made three mission trips to the Pacific Islands during that time. In 1982, he began his work with the Palm Beach Lakes congregation, continuing to the present.

Dan and his wife, Judie, have four children, 13 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. His daughter, Debbie, is married to a former missionary to Kenya; his son, David, is an elder in the church in Atlanta, Georgia; his son, Gary, is a deacon in the Palm Beach Lakes congregation; and his son, Jonathan, preaches the gospel in Katy, Texas.