Founder and CEO of RRM, INC Rev. Anthony Kelley Authors his fifth debut book entitled "Shadows".
Reverend Anthony Kelley is a 1977 graduate of Trinity College, Deerfield, Illinois (B.A.) and Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary/Northwestern University Campus, Evanston, Illinois in 1980 (M.Div.). Since 2006 he has served as the visionary organizer, pastor and teacher of the Greater First Church-Baptist of Baker, Louisiana. He is the former pastor of the Mount Zion First Baptist Church, Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Van Buren Missionary Baptist Church, Gary, Indiana; Union Missionary Baptist Church, Danville, Illinois; and the King of All Nations Baptist Church, Chicago, Illinois. Kelley is a former Commissioned Marion County Deputy Sheriff Staff Jail Chaplain, Indianapolis, Indiana; and Indiana and Louisiana-Angola State Prison Staff Clinical Chaplain. He served also as the Illinois State Director for Chuck Colson’s Prison Fellowship Ministries. In 1994, as its founder, he was appointed the executive secretary of the newly created Prison Ministry and Criminal Justice Commission of the National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc. He is also the author of five books.
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WHAT PEOPLE SAY
Rev. Johnnae Gullett-Diaz
God’s Mission Will Travel Ministries
Chicago, IL / Gary, IN
"You’re such a Brilliant Man of God’s Shadow: meaning as you stay in His presence; God will always surround you. In His presence all good is yours. Understanding this —enables you to be at peace, whatever your present circumstances. Your book is not a haphazard approach; it was predestine by God; with all prayers in action. Amen Amen Amen."
Rev. Dr. Walter Earl Fluker
Dean’s Professor of Spirituality, Ethics and Leadership, Candler School of Theology, Emory University Professor Emeritus of Ethical Leadership, Boston University School of Theology Editor and Director, The Howard Thurman Papers Project
Reverend Anthony Kelley’s Shadows is a compelling autobiographical narrative that is rich with stories . Kelley takes us on a tour of the tragic and the possible, on freedom and responsibility and points to our need to cultivate the virtues and practices of character, competence, commitment and pride for a new generation of young people, especially the incarcerated and forgotten in the richest and most powerful nation in the world.
Dedicated and Faithful Church Member
"It's such an eye opener on Christian commitment, as one growing up in situations beyond your control. When I look at the outcome, I can truly appreciate you as one who still stands on what God promises us. Thanks for such a highly inspirational read."
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