Roderick L. Evans is an author, bible lecturer, and Christian apologist. He is the founder of Abundant Truth International Ministries: a prophetic and a Christian apologetic ministry with the commission to defend, equip, and contend for Christ’s Kingdom. He is a prolific author, having written numerous books on topics such as Christian orthodoxy, leadership, worship, spiritual gifts, and other areas of Christian thought and practice; as well as, articles, blogs, sheet music, and poetry.
He travels nationally and internationally proclaiming the message of the Christian faith, equipping the Body of Christ for service, and imparting prophetic revelation through seminars, conferences, revivals, and other sacred services. His desire is to see the Church perfected through the truth of God revealed in Jesus Christ. He and his family reside in Elizabeth City, NC.
When did you first start writing?
I first starting writing over 12 years ago in 2000.
What's the story behind your latest book?
My latest book was inspired by understanding that people need inspiration to make it through this life, especially during these times of social and economic uncertainties.
Ministry is a valuable part of the Kingdom. God anoints individuals in the Church with ministries and gifts to glorify Him. However, as the day of the Lord hastens, we find many believers entering into ministry with wrong motives. In addition, others are pursuing gifts for their own personal gain. This publication will give believers a pure perspective for ministry.
The focus of this book is to bring clarity and understanding to the ministry of the pastor. This information will help individuals to recognize the operation of this gift in their lives and in the lives of others. It is our hope that believers will develop a greater respect and appreciation for the pastoral office and gift.
This second book of the life in the kingdom series is a book about Kingdom Concepts. We are a part of the Kingdom of God now and will be partakers of the glory of the Kingdom of God at Christ's return. Rejoice and be glad for the Kingdom of heaven belongs to you. Book 2 of 2.
The kingdom of God is revealed through the acceptance of Jesus Christ. He told Nicodemus that unless one is born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God. However, those who have received Christ are members of the kingdom of God. There are standards and protocols that exist in the kingdom of God. In this book, we will explore seven foundational truths concerning the kingdom of God. Book 1 of 2.
In this book, we will examine the history and subsequent development of the Deacon's office in the Church. In addition, we will learn how the first men who were appointed to serve in the Church are the standard for which deacons and servants are to evaluate their service today. In doing so, the Church, deacons, and those called to serve will benefit from mutual understanding and cooperation.
In this book, we will explore the mystery of the thorn in the flesh. Paul stated that God had given him a thorn in his flesh in order to keep him humble because of the revelation that was in his life. However, there has been much controversy over what the thorn in his flesh was, and how God could allow such a thing to exist.
In this book, we will explore what defines the Christian male. It is time for Christian men to rise to the challenge of following Christ as true disciples and demonstrators of His grace, peace, and power.
The World, The Flesh, and The Devil provides guidelines for overcoming the three battlegrounds every Christian faces: the world, the flesh, and the devil. Learn how you can walk in the power of God. Discover how you, too, can live victoriously in Christ.
Prayer is an essential component to the believer’s walk with the Lord. Through prayer Christians communicate with God and receive strength. Therefore, a consistent prayer life is important. In this book, we will examine Jehoshaphat's prayer for God's protection and deliverance and Asa’s prayer for God’s presence and strength.
In this commentary, we will examine the shortest book of the Old Testament; the prophecy of Obadiah. It serves as a warning to the nations of God's righteous judgment coming upon the earth. The Christian is reminded of God's faithfulness which will extend to His rule for all eternity.
In this commentary, we will examine one of the pastoral letters of Paul. In his epistle to Titus, the Christian learns of the controversies and challenges facing the early church. The Christian is reminded to be demonstrators of the gospel message in private and public affairs. In doing so, the gospel of Christ is adorned.
God has a standard of living that we, as believers, must live by. However, we must remember that our good works and acts must be a product of Christ’s character being formed in us. In this publication, we will examine the proper conduct for the Christian.
In this issue, we will discuss the doctrine of sanctification and its place in the Christian s life. In addition, we will explore the conditional and positional aspects of sanctification and its relationship to holiness.
In this study, we will examine three parables: the parables of the hidden treasure, the pearl of great price, and the unmerciful servant. As we learn from these parables, we will stay on the path to true discipleship.