Glen Roachelle

Glen Roachelle Glen Roachelle President,
Gate Ministries

Glen Roachelle, the President of Gate Ministries, is a widely respected pastor, conference speaker, and consultant. He also serves as a board member to various organizations and corporations. The Wind and the Whisper is his first book. Glen and Roberta live in Middle Tennessee.

Books By Glen Roachelle

The Everlasting Whisper

The Everlasting Whisper by Glen Roachelle

Glen Roachelle’s first book, The Wind and the Whisper, told his eyewitness-to-history account of “what I saw and heard when God came for a visit.” Now, his new book, The Everlasting Whisper, tells the very dramatic story of what happened when the visitation ended.

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The Wind and the Whisper

The Wind and the Whisper

The Wind and the Whisper carries a stirring and refreshing gaze into the almost-too-good-to-be-true nature of what happens when the Lord just shows up in the midst of people.

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At The Writing Table:

  • Glen Roachelle Glen Roachelle President,
    Gate Ministries

    Glen Roachelle, the President of Gate Ministries, is a widely respected pastor, conference speaker, and consultant. The Wind and the Whisper is his first book. Glen and Roberta live in Middle Tennessee.

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  • Mary Sue Hermes, the illustrator of Daddy, Help Me, has also illustrated numerous other children’s books (including Ken Harvey’s “Life in the Fridge” series). Mary Sue and her husband, Jerry, live in Sterling, Virginia.

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  • Ken Harvey Ken Harvey President and CEO,
    JAKA Consulting Group

    Now retired from professional football, Ken Harvey is also the author of numerous children’s books. Ken, his wife Janice, and their two children live in Northern Virginia.

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  • Ed Chinn Ed Chinn Proprietor,
    Cool River Pub

    As a Writer, Ed has been published in The Washington Post, Christian Science Monitor, and other newspapers, magazines, and websites. Ed and his wife, Joanne, live in Middle Tennessee.

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Overheard at the Pub…

We avoid the reality of Christ’s power in a number of ways. For instance, we’re tempted to spiritualize his power, to reduce the elemental potency and energy to a moment of personal religious inspiration. The stilling of the storm is about psychologist storms in our lives. The healing of the lame is about solving emotional […]

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