God, not a man, called Prophet Ronald Callender as He did apostle Paul and all the other ministers of the gospel.

Prophet Ronald has been a follower of Jesus Christ for little more than 25 years. On August 28, 1998, God ordained him and called him into ministry. After constantly falling asleep in church on Sundays, in 2000, he stepped out in faith into ministry.

Three years later, he resigned from teaching, but retired later, to make the transition a step of faith. That move cost him $6,000.00. He would’ve received that amount had he retired outright instead of resigning.

God confirmed His word. About six months later, God used the host of a financial radio program to lead Prophet Ronald to a little more than $6,300. Unbeknownst to him, the money was sitting in an insurance company’s account from or before the day he resigned.

About a decade or more ago, while at a conference, Prophet Ronald received at a word from the Lord. Even though everyone at the conference had an opportunity to share, he didn’t.

Next morning, God manifests Himself in the prophet’s life. He told His prophet that he hated the brethren. In short order, he realized God called not sharing what He gave His servant, hatred. Prophet Ronald repented, and told the Holy Spirit that in future, he will empty himself of whatever the Holy Spirit gave him.



The Prophetic Writer website is one of the ways Prophet Ronald empties himself of what the Holy Spirit gives and continues to teach him. He will do so with a pen and wisdom as he addresses issues related to:

  • the Church.
  • the members of the body of Christ.
  • the adverse effects of external and internal forces on the Kingdom of God.

This website will publish at most two to three posts each month depending upon their lengths.

Feel free to suggest a topic primarily related to the New Testament, our Covenant. Old Testament topic are also welcomed, but they should have a direct relationship to the New Testament.


Unbecoming speech or behavior unacceptable. Jesus commanded all His disciples, including us, to walk in the love of God with each other (John 13:34–35; 15:12).

We need to foster kindness among ourselves. It’s one of the graces that comprise the fruit of the Spirit. Our job description as disciples of Jesus requires us to speak the truth in love and with kindness. After all, we’ve received an admonition to be kind to each other (Eph. 4:32; Col. 3:12).

We wouldn’t always agree on everything. However, we can and should be respectful of each other and treat others as we would want them to treat us. We will if the Holy Spirit controls our lives.

Comments may be edited or deleted. An extreme comment or behavior could cause the commentator’s account to be deleted without warning or notice.

In other cases, two warnings will be given before deleting a subscriber or commentator’s account.

Let’s create a loving, supportive, and inviting environment free of free rancor. it’s in the best interest of all of us.

Finally, let’s have fun edifying each other while growing together in grace and in the knowledge of the Lord, Jesus (2 Peter 3:18).

Sticking to the issue at hand, and never the individual identifies those who love to edify and to encourage others.

Everyone benefits when those with whom we engage know if they answered our questions satisfactorily or not.

NOTE: This policy will be updated periodically as needed, so please check to keep abreast of updates.