Featured Interview With warren rice
Tell us a little about yourself. Where were you raised? Where do you live now?
Warren M Rice Jr. is the author of Soaring to New Heights, Short Stories, Timmy’s Birthday and Go to Sleep, a picture book. A coordinator of a fair ministry by day, advocate by night. He received a Diploma from Child Evangelism Fellowship Institute. A bachelor of science in counseling and church ministry from Southwestern Bible College, and his license to ministry from Southside Baptist Church. Worked as a volunteer for over 40 years, ministering in Independent Evangelism and Missionary work, helping to start new churches, ministered on the streets, in parks, fairs. At the same time, a summertime counselor. A Missionary Pastor at a church in Arizona.
For over 20 years, he worked with a severely disabled man in his home doing Hab care in Gilbert, AZ, and 19.5 years at the Coronado High School in the life skills (L S C) classroom with special needs/severely disabled students. He served in the Navy during the Vietnam war.
Directed four TV shows in Morgantown.
Received two Certifications for Play Therapy, one for “Children in a Crisis of family breakdown,” and the other for “Play Therapy with Children and Adolescents.” Honored in the Hall of Fame at the River Woods Christian Camp with the William J Curtis Dedication Award, and was selected as “Para-Educator of the year award.”
A Pennsylvania native, He is a lover of the bible, computers, and children’s ministry, currently residing in Mesa. He loves most likely the coordinator of the fair ministry.
At what age did you realize your fascination with books? When did you start writing?
I started writing in 1987 and publish my first book in 2012.
Who are your favorite authors to read? What is your favorite genre to read. Who Inspires you in your writings?
One of my favorite authors is J Vernon Mcgee. I love reading his books. I am inspired every time I read one of his books.
Tell us a little about your latest book?
Soaring to New Height is a testimonial about a man and his faith in God. From his birth to College, Warren M Rice tells of his years of trusting God when the impossible, but become possible by faith in God. Brain damage from birth was rejected in school as a child and told. “He will never make anything of his life,” he overcame.
In the third grade, I was told by my school teacher, “I will learn anything and never make any of my life.” I could not read-write or spell. Why didn’t God help me in school? I never learn to read, write and spell until I was almost 13.
That doesn’t mean that God didn’t have the power to do it. I prayed for it. I have the faith to believe He could.
I believed in the Bible, and there is one God, and this one God is all-powerful.
In 1963 God came into my life and saved me. I search the Scriptures and study them. I know what faith is. My life is full of evidence of what faith is. In 1993 I graduated from College. I am the author of 7 books. All this is because I believe that faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. Hebrews 11:1
You can tell me I am wrong, but my life tells me I am right.
This book is a must-read.
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