Ken Fleming has been an enthusiastic and passionate Bible teacher for more than fifty years. His service for Christ has led him to many parts of the globe, including South Africa, where he spent twenty-five years as a missionary among the Zulu people. From 1977 through 2002, Ken taught in the Bible and Missions programs at Emmaus Bible College in Dubuque, Iowa. Today he continues proclaiming the gospel and strengthening the church body through writing and preaching ministries.
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Chapter 1 – Hand on the Plough
Chapter 2 – God Give Me Faith
Chapter 3 – Faith’s Frontiers and God’s Guidance
Chapter 4 – Faith Climbing
Chapter 5 – The Discipline of Faith
Chapter 6 – Faith in the Context of Jungle Life
Chapter 7 – The Tyranny of the Urgent
Chapter 8 – Faith Praising in Trials
Chapter 9 – Faith Evaluates Disaster
Chapter 10 – Roll on Strong Son of God
Chapter 11 – Expecting God’s Blessing
Chapter 12 – For Thee the Fullness of My Heart
Chapter 13 – Jungle Harvest
Chapter 14 – My Life For Their Faith
Books by Ken Fleming: Biblical Principles of Church Growth, Exodus: The Formation of a Nation, Genesis: From Creation to a Nation, God's Voice in the Stars, He Humbled Himself, Joshua: The Conquest of Canaan, Peter Fleming: A Man of Faith
Courses by Ken Fleming: Discovering Bible Study, Discovering Christ in the Psalms, Ephesians, Exodus: The Formation of a Nation, Genesis: From Creation to a Nation, God's Mandate for Missions, John the Baptist: Prophet of the Highest, Joshua: The Conquest of Canaan, Judges: Disobedience, Departure, Discipline, & Deliverance, 1 Peter, 2 Peter & Jude, Securely Saved and Sure of It!
Here's What People Are Saying!
"This is a great book. In writing the story of his brother's life, Ken Fleming has given us an inspiring and exhortational example of what it means, practically speaking, to live a life of faith in God. I recommend it to anyone!"
"As a former student of Ken Fleming's, I was required to read this book in one of his classes. I had read "Through the Gates of Splendor" by Elizabeth Elliot, and so figured that it would not be of much interest to me. However, when I did read it, I was fascinated by the different viewpoint that Mr. Fleming takes.
"Ken writes from the perspective of a brother who had a close relationship with Pete, even though (at the time of Pete's martyrdom) they were on complete opposite sides of the Earth (Ken was working with the Zulu at the time). He discusses Pete's personality, his working relationship with God and others and his reasonings about giving up a potential career to be a missionary who would have no visible means of support (he did not even have pledges, nor did he request money from others.) He makes great use of Pete's diary and letters to others to develop his memoir.
"As a professor, Mr. Fleming has a sharp wit and a strong ability to use language to communicate; this ability comes out in his book. A good read!"
–D. E. Smith