Dale Jenkins was born in Hamilton, Alabama and grew up in Birmingham.
Dale Jenkins as of 2015
In 1982 Dale married Melanie Romine. She is his earthly inspiration. Melanie’s dad, Gerald Romine who as of 2015 has preached at the Roanoke, AL church for 58 years.
They have two sons and three grandchildren:
Philip, who is married to Laura and works with the Mount Juliet Church of Christ. They have two children Lucas (age 3) and Holley (age 2).
Andrew, who is married to Kadee and works with the Woodson Chapel Church of Christ. They have one daughter, Mamie, launching in April, 2015!!
Dale is the minister of the Spring Meadows Church of Christ in Spring Hill, TN. He began his work there in 2007 and has been the only preacher for that congregation. The church began meeting there with 40 people and grew to over 500 in attendance.
Prior to Spring Meadows Dale preached the previous 20 years at the Granny White church in Nashville and the Hamilton, AL congregation.
Dale has authored about 10 books and numerous published articles and is a staff writer for BrotherhoodNews.org. He served for five years as the editor of 21st Century Christians adult material.
He serves on the boards of Heritage Christian University, Maywood Christian Camp, and Exposure Youth Event. Dale also serves on the advisory boards of International Gospel Hour and Freed-Hardeman University.
Dale, along with his brother Jeff, founded and run TheJenkinsInstitute which conducts seminars, webinars, blogs and conferences designed to serve, encourage and equip ministers. Dale is the curator of The Scoop Blog. They are most proud of their efforts with the BETTER Conferences and First Years.
He is one of the founding partners of The Equip Network and a host on iPreach and MinistryGeek podcast.
Dale is the emcee for Challenge Youth Conference and Exposure Youth Camp.
He conducts the Middle Tennessee Ministry Luncheon each month in Nashville, TN.
He has preached on the lectureships of Freed-Hardeman, Heritage Christian, Faulkner, Harding, Oklahoma Christian, Lipscomb, Memphis School of Preaching and Polishing the Pulpit in addition to making preaching trips to nearly 30 countries.
Years ago my secretary wrote my bio for me. Every time it would be used I would cringe. It made me sound good – and I’m not. Like a list of where I’ve been, what I’ve done, board I serve on and things I’ve written give me worth. I want you to know that I’m uncomfortable with all the above if any of it makes me sound good or worthy. My worth comes from Jesus who invested in me a price beyond amazement. And if I contribute anything it is because His power is made strong in my weakness. “For when I am weak, then I am strong.”
I’m proud of the others in my life: My wife who is the best person I know. My sons who love the Lord. My daughter-in-laws who I feel like God made just for my boys. My brother and nephews who preach. The rest of my family who carry my dad’s good name nobly. My preaching brothers who encourage me. My congregation who loves me and tolerates me. I am blessed and hopefully I can repay those blessing by blessing others.
I’m blessed to be a part of the Spring Meadows Church of Christ, The Jenkins Institute, Heritage Christian University and Maywood Christian Camp. You can ask me anything you want to at email@example.com.