Taylor is working ‘to gain the kingdom of God’

He prioritizes what’s important and leaves the rest in God’s hands

-Messenger photo by Hans Madsen
Madai Taylor, bishop at Agape Kingdom Dominion Ministries, says he is working to promote “An Elegy to America in Black and White.”

Editor’s note: The Messenger interviewed several influential men in and around the Fort Dodge community about their priorities in work and life. Today, the series continues with the Rev. Madai Taylor, bishop, Agape Kingdom Dominion Ministries.

What is important to you?

What is important to me is God, family and community.

How do you balance your work and family life?

I prioritize what is most important, do what I can and leave the rest in the hand of God.

What do you like best about Fort Dodge?

What I like most about Fort Dodge is it’s a good place to raise a family and it’s a good place for them to get a good education.

What are you building for our future?

What I am building for the future is to gain the kingdom of God and leave an inheritance to my children.

What are you working hardest on?

I am working on promoting “An Elegy to America in Black and White,” which is a touring exhibition.