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Malcolm Robinson

December 28, 1955 ~ January 27, 2019 (age 63)

Obituary

Malcolm Robinson

a Kingdom Warrior was born on December 28, 1955 in Montgomery, Alabama to Betty Jean Robinson who preceded him in death.   At the age of 12 his uncle, Dr. Emerson Robinson, DDS a professor at the University of Michigan, School of Dentistry became Malcolm and his younger brother Roderick guardian.

Malcolm was preceded in death by his first wife.   In 2003 he married Dr. Sandra D. Lenior Robinson.   They were joined together in holy matrimony in Chicago, IL until his earthly life ended on January 27, 2019.  His wife, Pastor Sandra was indeed a helpmeet.  Their like-mindedness and love of God’s Kingdom bonded them together in the ministry of God.   Malcolm has served in ministry full-time for over 35 plus years.

Malcolm was ordained as a Prophet by Bishop Dr. Bill Hamon of (CI) Christian International, Destin FL.

Malcolm attended Alabama State University where he was a part of the Marching Hornets Band; his favorite instrument was the trombone. He became a professional trombone player and performed in many symphonies and other professional events as a trombone player.

Malcolm was not only a trombone player but a “prolific teacher”; he was very knowledgeable in the Word of God. He always stressed the importance of education.  He holds a Bachelor of Art Degree in Music; a Master’s Degree in Computer Science; and received his PH.D in Philosophy in May of 2018; in addition, he holds many Honorary Doctorate Degrees as well.

Malcolm authored over 12 books written on subjects such as; deliverance, the prophetic, and the Kingdom of God. He has established over 8 schools that offers training in Prophetic Ministry, Spiritual Warfare & Deliverance, Kingdom Studies and the Five-Fold-Ministry.

In 2007 Malcolm along with his wife, Dr. Sandra D. Lenior Robinson birthed Kingdom of Heaven University Diplomat Training Center & Embassy; and in 2015 Kingdom of  Heaven University Bible College was launched; an accreditation college. 

On August 13, 2018 Malcolm was diagnosed with stage three lung cancer that progressed rapidly. On Sunday, January 27, 2019 at 2AM, he reached the end of his journey on earth.

He leaves on earth his wife, Dr. Sandra D. Lenior Robinson, and a host of family & friends to cherish his memories.

 

 

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