Rev. Michelle Richee, Tulsa, was filmed this month for a television broadcast on The 700 Club (Pat Robertson -- CBN Network)
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She told her life story and it was reenacted on camera. Michelle shared the full account of her troubled and painful childhood that led to her involvement with drugs and alcohol and the diagnosis of Manic Depressive, the very disorder which drove her own dad to suicide.
Ordained in 1995, Rev. Richee, considered a revivalist, has been involved in full-time ministry since 1995 and has since been a popular Christian speaker across the United States, Mexico, Africa, Romania, Pakistan, Tokyo and Canada have also opened doors of ministry She is welcomed within denominational and non-denominational settings and has recently brought revival to the Church of God in the State of Arkansas.
Rev. Richee has written a weekly column, FAITH FOOD, for her hometown newspaper, the Macoupin County Enquirer-Democrat since 1998, and has written a book, Burning With Zeal in the Final Hour, She has previously had her own radio broadcasts in St. Louis. Michelle is currently spending much of her time writing -- for the generation to read after the Rapture of the church.
In addition to Michelle's 700 Club interview, she has had numerous radio and television interviews.