Commandment 11 Ministries brought the gift of their unique ministry to Wyoming County Correctional Facility recently. During the course of their concert it became readily apparent that they were not performing and ministering to inmates and correctional staff; rather, they were giving living water to a parched and thirsty world! The illusory demarcation between officers and inmates temporarily evaporated in the light of their message and an auditorium of fallen men and women were uplifted by the promise of a life eternal. God has blessed Commandment 11 richly and it is my hope that, heretofore, closed doors will open so that a shadowed world might be enlightened by the truth of the gospel!

Warden M.R. Ameigh
Wyoming County Correctional Facility | Tunkhannock, PA

I have recently sat under the ministry of Commandment 11 and witnessed first-hand the clarity of their mission.  They are truly ministers of reconciliation who seek to honor God  as they passionately share His Word with seekers, bystanders, and co-missioners who eagerly participate in the praise and worship offered to the One Who is Worthy. The Scripture they share takes on new meaning for mature Christians as it is spoken with conviction from young men who have, without a doubt, been bitten by the Agape love-bug.  It doesn’t get better than that.  Now that we know what we’ve been missing, we look forward to future opportunities of worship and ministry with these zealous ministers of the Gospel.

Lt. Colonel Timothy Raines
Salvation Army ARC Commander (retired) | Nyack, NY

It is my privilege to know Scott Jacobs personally and professionally. Having served beside him for several years, I can truly say that his gifts as a singer-songwriter are exceeded only by his commitment to Christ. As a servant of God, Scott is a unique blend of evangelist, Bible teacher, musician, vocalist, lyricist and composer. As a family man, he is a devoted husband and father. As a friend, he is sincere, transparent, loyal and faithful. In my 30 years of ministry I have not encountered anyone that matches either his pursuit of Christian character or his aptitude for Christian service. Scott aims to impact lives through the life-changing Word of God which he lovingly presents without compromise. To know Scott is to be enriched by him. I hereby recommend to you the life and ministry of Scott Jacobs. Invite him to your event and experience first-hand what God can do through a surrendered life.

D. Alan Blanc, PhD
President, Davis College | Johnson City, NY

We recently had the pleasure of having Commandment 11 at our facility and though I had read the recommendations on their website and listened to samples of their songs, nothing compared to having them in person.  They are the most genuine young men you could ever meet and it shows through in everything they do.  God has blessed them with a talent that rivals many in the recording industry yet they choose to minister to the down and out of this world.  Our men were very open to the message they had to share and responded eagerly as the altar call was given.  After the program, many of our men asked when we could invite them to visit again.  One gentleman remarked, “I’m so on fire I don’t know if I can sleep tonight!”  This ministry left an impression on the men of the Long Beach ARC.  Don’t miss the opportunity to be blessed by the special ministry of Commandment 11.

Captain Dianne Jiminez
Salvation Army Adult Recovery Center | Long Beach, CA

Scott Jacobs comes equipped with the distinct advantage of Godly parentage and a family deeply involved in Christian music. Scott’s commitment to Christ is apparent in everything his heart pursues. The call of God rests strongly on his life, his ministry and his music, and audiences across the land respond to his message of hope through consistent Christian living.  Having spent the last fifty years of my life on the road in music ministry, I have always hoped and prayed that the Lord would raise up young men to keep the Gospel of Jesus Christ alive in the generations to follow, through great Christian music. Commandment 11 is such a group and I couldn’t be more delighted to recommend their ministry to local Christian leaders desiring to bear an impact on their communities. They will fortify and enhance the ministry you have begun in your town and will leave no negative aftertaste. I’m blessed for having been exposed to their unique music ministry and consider it a privilege to be counted among their friends.

Neil Enloe
Dove Award-winning songwriter and lead singer for “The Couriers”

Scattered within the Christian music genre and industry are few artists who have found a strong balance between artistic excellence and Scriptural integrity. Add to that the dimension of personal humility and the number of ministry servants becomes even more limited. However, such is the case with Commandment 11. Their self-written songs have the fingerprint of God’s Word seasoned with ear-pleasing harmonies in the same vein as popular recording artists Philips, Craig & Dean or Shane & Shane. Keeping their finger on the pulse of the next generation and encouraging all believers is just half the desire of their ministry. Purposeful evangelism represents the other half and a better marriage could not be found in such a ministry. Any church or youth ministry seeking a refreshing, biblically-based worship team would be well-advised to consider the ministry of Commandment 11.

Jeremy Kilgore
Senior Pastor, Glasgow Baptist Church | Glasgow, VA

Recently I had the privilege of having Commandment 11 Ministries come to our state correctional institution to minister in a special prison concert, and I was very impressed and blessed by their ministry. These men truly have a heart for ministering to others. They are very talented men who have a heart to see God’s kingdom advanced. The inmates were greatly blessed to have them and look forward to when they come again. I highly recommend Commandment 11.

John Ritchey
Chaplain, State Correctional Institute at Retreat | Hunlock Creek, PA

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