Marlene Rice, Part 2
Women Worth KnowingSeptember 12, 202300:25:081.47 KB

Marlene Rice, Part 2

Are you ready for part two of the interview with Marlene Rice? Her vulnerability endeared us to her as she shared how God drew her out of a hippie commune in the 70’s and into His family. For the past forty years she has served on staff for ministries including Luis Palau, Open Doors, Coral Ridge Ministries, Full Gospel Businessmen’s Fellowship, Trinity Broadcasting Network, CRU, Teen Challenge and Women of Faith. She shares about smuggling Bibles into China when she served with Open Doors and how God led her and her husband when their son struggled with a serious drug addiction for decades.

Marlene served on the board of the Jubilee Campaign for international human and religious rights and advocated for the abolishment of sex trafficking. Marlene attended Fuller Theological Seminary and Trinity University and holds a master’s degree in religion. She and her husband, Frank raised four children and have nine grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. She has served as the Development Director of the Maui Food Bank since 2005.

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