About the Author
Rodney A. Winters earned a BS in Electrical Engineering from Purdue University, and an MBA from the University of Akron. Along with his full-time job, he also serves as an adjunct professor of Business at Indiana Wesleyan University. Rodney was a staff minister at the Prevailing Church in Cleveland, Ohio, until recently relocating to Atlanta, Georgia. He is currently a member of The House of Hope Atlanta.
He is gifted to preach and teach. He is also a musician, songwriter, entrepreneur, and the proud father of two adult children. Rodney has a heart for people and ministry.
The Story Behind “Go Into The House”
I never set out to write a book. This all began as a personal journal to help me get though my painful period. Writing the experiences down on paper was therapeutic for me. After I emerged from the pain, I felt the urge to help someone else. I hope to be able to comfort others with the comfort I experienced. I trust that this book will bring a fresh perspective on some issues that many people face.
2010 Dayton Book Expo – Biography/Autobiography Category
Why “The Silencing of the Sheep”?
I was grieved by my observations of an increasing bias against Christianity in our culture, and very few people seemed to be addressing it. I began researching instances of bias and silencing, and became determined to expose my findings. In the book, I offer solutions to the issue and outline steps we can take as believers to make our voices heard, while maintaining a positive testimony.
(Photography by André Patton)
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