Dr. Bill Rice stood six feet, two inches, straight and tall. He always walked briskly with an air of authority. You just had the feeling he knew exactly where he was going and what he planned to do. Yes, he was an evangelist, a revivalist, an author and founder of the largest independent missionary work to the deaf, but one thing that seems to stick out more in the minds of those who heard him was his colorful way of telling a story. Notice a few of the chapter titles in this book of thrilling stories: Red Meat for the Red Man; The Habits of Rabbits and Highlights of a Houn' Dog Named Veep. That's what you'll find in this volume—Dr. Bill Rice telling compelling stories, keeping you turning the pages.
136 pgs | Paperback | Bill Rice