Introducing Gilbert Coleman, author of The Pursuit of Destiny: 13 Pillars of Spiritual Growth

“I received my proof copies and have had opportunity to read the book. I am quite pleased with how it turned out. In fact my wife says it’s the best book I have written!”

Dr. Gilbert Coleman is the Overseer of Freedom Christian Bible Fellowship in Philadelphia, PA, and presiding Bishop of the Freedom Worldwide Covenant Ministries. After pastoring Freedom for thirty years the Lord’s assignment has expanded to now being a leader to leaders. Dr. Coleman has studied at New Life Bible Institute and Eastern Theological Seminary. He has been blessed to shepherd both nationally and internationally while still being a husband, father, grandfather, and great grandfather. He is married to Deborah Coleman, who he has been married to for 35 years. Dr. Coleman is the author of several books, a singer, and a song writer for gospel recording artists. There are countless lives that have been touched by this servant, yet in this dispensation there are still many more that need to be touched. Dr. Coleman is one of those voices.

Book description…

In this newest release from Dr. Coleman, he draws on over three decades of a remarkable and fulfilling odyssey in Christian ministry to delve into the subject of destiny by highlighting areas of our journey that do not often enough receive the attention they deserve. Employing real life metaphors, Dr. Coleman expounds on what the Elements of divine power should really look like, and their interplay in the life of a true believer, while also challenging conventional thought to convincingly declare that, rather than the church being an infirmary of sorts, in actuality it is more a life-giving center that strengthens one to become an over comer in the world! Dr. Coleman will challenge one to live life in the dimension in which God originally intended, to know for certain why you were created!

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