[Guest Author: This article was written by Carlton McLeod. If you’re interested in guest writing for the Head Covering Movement please contact us.]
Carlton McLeod is a native of Columbia, SC and grew up in Upper Marlboro, MD. In 1987, he enlisted in the United States Navy and reached the rank of O-3 before the Lord called him into full-time ministry. In 1997, Dr. McLeod and his wife Donna established Calvary Revival Church Chesapeake. Dr. McLeod is relentless in his pursuit to compassionately teach with a biblical worldview. After spending his early years in ministry attempting to pull young people out of the kingdom of darkness with all the world’s methods, the Lord led Dr. McLeod back to the Bible to see the critical need for constant, fervent, and Spirit led biblical family discipleship. The D6 Reformation was created out of this desire. Dr. McLeod earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Science from Hampton University; a Master of Theology and Doctor of Ministry from Andersonville Theological Seminary. He and his wife Donna have been married since 1992 and they have two beautiful daughters, Dori and Aryanna and a son, Jonathan.
In January 2013, the Lord prompted me to teach through the Epistle of First Corinthians, line by line. Knowing what was in this Pauline letter to the church at Corinth, I was excited, but nervous. Why? Because of the implications of actually being obedient to what was written therein. In fact, I “double-checked” with the Lord in prayer in an attempt to discern if this was in fact His will for our congregation. I asked the other elders. We talked about it and prayed. Why all this consternation? Because First Corinthians is a scary book; other parts of Scripture would have been much easier! In May of 2013, we prayerfully began, finishing in December 2014.
Well, I can say my fears were founded. The Epistle shook our church. Read more
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