Benjamin L. Reynolds is an accomplished author and ordained minister. Well educated with a B.A. in Law and Society, a Master’s of Christian Studies, and a Certificate Diploma in Client Server programming, Mr. Reynolds is well equipped to help others through his faith, his writing, and his ministry.
Prior to his serving as a Senior Pastor, Mr. Reynolds was a computer programmer, but he has always had a passion for Christian literature and helping others. He wrote his first novel, When the Trumpet Sounds: Examining the Resurrection of the Church, after having a near death experience due to complications with Ulcerative Colitis. After this unique and heartfelt experience, Mr. Reynolds felt a deep desire to research and deepen his understanding and knowledge of Bible Prophecy, the afterlife, prayer, fasting, miracles, healing, angels, and demons.
Mr. Reynolds has authored 10 books and is passionate about writing in the Christian fiction and non-fiction categories. His non-fiction books include Ask and it Shall be Given: 3 Steps to Guaranteed Results in Prayer, The Ten Greatest Prayers of the Bible, The Ten Greatest Miracles of the Bible, 40 Days of Faith, Living in the New Millennium and Beyond, and Ready for the Rapture, His fiction books include Seven Years Until Eternity: The Rise of the Antichrist, Sons of God Daughters of Men, The Penny, and A Change in Time.
In addition to his writing, Mr. Reynolds also serves as a senior pastor, as foreign missions secretary for the Metropolitan Apostolic Fellowship organization, and regularly ministers to churches in the United States, Canada, and the Philippines.
When he isn’t writing or preaching, Mr. Reynolds loves spending time with his friends and family. He credits them with his faith and his positive outlook and is eternally grateful that they helped him to recuperate from 4 major surgeries and continue to help him overcome health challenges.
To find out more about Mr. Reynolds, please visit www.benjaminlreynolds.com, http://www.amazon.com/Benjamin-Reynolds/e/B004AXCLIC, or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.