See it. Say it. Seize it. Jentezen Franklin was born to Pastor Billy and Katie Franklin on July 21, 1962, in Wilson, North Carolina. The name Jentezen is associated with creativity, brilliance, leadership, and integrity. His kingdom assignments include being a Pentecostal Bible teacher, televangelist and gospel humanitarian. Jentezen Franklin is also an anointed saxophonist, gospel music recording artist, and itinerant preacher.
Pastor Jentezen Franklin
A 3-day fast preceded the evangelistic call of Jentezen Franklin. God told him it would be confirmed by his mother. Jentezen went home and her exact words were The Lord has spoken to me to tell you to do what He has called you to do. He pastors, preaches from the pulpit, and records his sermons weekly. Jentzen oversees Free Chapel in Gainesville, Georgia, and Irvine, California. He is married to Cherise and they have been blessed with 5 children.
Former Church of God evangelist, Jentezen Franklin, is also a conference speaker and host. He began the Forward Conference in 2004. In 2006, Bishop T. D. Jakes and Pastor Franklin were speakers. Music was provided by Israel Houghton and other gospel music artists in 2006, 2012, and 2013. Jentezen was featured at the Bobbie Houston 2010 Hillsong Conference.
His Christian broadcasting schedule includes an international televised program called Kingdom Connection. It can be seen on Christian television networks and church channels. Some of Jentezen’s best Christian videos can also be seen on secular and Christian video channels. Audio sermons are available on Christian radio and podcasts.
Known for fasting and prayer, Jentezen Franklin, a former jazz musician, is also an accomplished author. He is on the New York Times Bestseller list. Two of his most regularly purchased books are Right People, Right Place, Right Plan, and Fasting. Additional most-liked good-to-reads are the Fasting Edge , the Spirit of Python and more. Through the years, Jentezen has written almost 40 inspirational books. Jentezen Franklin attended Atlantic Christian College and is a member of the Oral Roberts University Board of Reference.
We need to send our words in the direction we want them to go. We need to start talking victory when staring at defeat. We need to start talking healing when we’re feeling sick. We need to start blessing and prosperity when we don’t have anything. We need to speak about marching when we feel like quitting. -Jentezen Franklin
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