Over the years Bishop Kenneth O. Robinson prepared many sermons in pursuit of his calling. From time to time many have requested he share his sermon notes with them. Upon retiring from pastoring, not from ministry, he began looking over the reservoir of sermons he had prepared in nearly 60 years of his ministry. Robinson says, "The Lord spoke to my spirit and said these sermons notes could benefit many ministers and pastors. Just as I have received help from so many others in my preparations of sermons, they could also benefit from my many years of experience." Then, Bishop Robinson went to work and compiled his sermon notes in this book. He knows those who purchase this book will benefit from it, and it will be used by God to help people fulfill their divine appointment.
Bishop Kenneth O. Robinson has been preaching since the age of eighteen, nearly 60 years of ministering as an evangelist, teacher, and pastor. He received a Bachelor of Theology degree from the New York School of Theology, a Master of Theology degree and a Doctor of Sacred Theology degree from the United Christian College. Later, he became President of the United Christian College and Bible Institute, Bishop Robinson has served his church in many capacities over many years. He is a Bishop in the United Holy Church of America, Inc., having served as Secretary of the Bishop's Council, Bishop of Publications, and Bishop and advisor to the General Education Department. He also served as Vice-President of the Virginia District Convocation. Bishop Robinson was elected the Second Vice-President of the General Church, Vice-President of the General Church and President of the Northern District Convocation. He was a pastor of three churches: Little Mount Zion, UHC, Brooklyn, New York; Holy Temple UHC, Newburgh, New York (12 years); and New Covenant Temple UHC, New York, New York (32 years) from which he retired as Pastor, July 2011. Bishop Robinson went home to be with the Lord - February 25, 2014.
Michael Allen, the designer/visualist, creates what does not exist. He can look at raw space and in his mind's eye transform it into something that does not yet exist through his design, film, writing, and marketing talent. Most of his clients' entertainment-related projects begin with a "clean sheet of paper." Allen may develop the marketing strategy, design the product and produce all the visual elements of the product: graphic design, film/videography and photography with his tools: the camera, computer and drawing pen. His first job experience in television came many years ago when he received a call from television producer Ken Snyder asking Allen to work as an animator on ABC's highest-rated Saturday morning animated series,"Hot Wheels," named after the Mattel Toys product.The "Hot Wheels" television series was the first nationally televised show to use computer animation. Michael, Tom Tremont and Len Stobar were the first trailblazers in this new artform of computer animation in 1969. Now, Michael produces and directs music videos and develops their concepts. "It's a natural progression for a designer. Everything is designed; whether you make a sketch of that design, photograph a recording artist for an album cover, or use a video camera to tell a story. It's solving a problem by design. That's what designers do," says Allen,"and I design visual products." After receiving his second college diploma in 1971, a B.S. degree in Industrial Design, from the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California, Michael was associated with many design businesses. While working in California, he was on the design team that developed the Paper-Mate Flair felt-tip pen and worked as a design consultant to the Southern California Rapid Transit District where new concepts in people movement and planning were explored through design and system analysis. In past years much of his photojournalistic abilities were expressed in articles for four national automotive magazines, and he was contributing editor to three. In the early 1980s, Allen put all his creative entertainment-related business and management skills into "high gear" when he originated a career development program for former RCA recording artist, Sylvia. He was associated with Sylvia for over seven years from almost "day number one" to the height of her career in January, 1983. Over the last three years of this association with Sylvia he designed her business organization, created a strong visual business image and managed Sylvia's business on a daily basis. After leaving the Sylvia organization, he formed Michael Allen Entertainment Development, which specialized in entertainment-related design projects, public relations, artist development, audio and video production. Some clients include: the Country Music Association, CBS Cable, Country Radio Broadcasters, Brenda Lee, Lee Greenwood, and Shotgun Red. In 2009 Michael Allen formed his new company, InCahoots Film Entertainment LLC. InCahoots is a multi-media company that specializes in feature film projects, music and literary publishing. InCahoots has several film projects in various stages of development, including Witness to the Master, Father Me and Color Blind. InCahoots Literary is a division of InCahoots Film Entertainment LLC publishes books and has 20 titles in its catalog. Michael designs all the books (covers and interiors) and edits most of them. He has been writing professionally for automotive publications and the entertainment industry since 1975. InCahoots Literary will be publishing Allen's autobiography, A Legend in my Spare MInd this year. When you view his portfolio you will witness an "incomparable diversity." What Michael Allen's mind can believe and visualize is what this renaissance man can create.