Picture taken, August 25, 2019.
Steven J. Wallace
(October 29, 1970)
My name is Steven J. Wallace. I was born in Hot Springs, South Dakota on October 29, 1970. More significantly, I was born into Christ on November 16, 1986. I was raised in a ranching environment until we moved to Bloomington, Indiana in 1987 where I met and I married my wife, Kelly on May 20, 1989. We have three children who are also children of God and the joy of my fatherhood: Nick (Nov. 12, 1998), Ethan (March 23, 2001) and Danielle (May 30, 2003).
I began preaching for various congregations in Indiana in 1993. I accepted a position to preach for the Fairfax church of Christ in Cincinnati, Ohio in August of 1994. (This church has since disbanded.) I relocated to the beautiful state of Washington to work with the church of Christ in Sunnyside in January 1999. After 13.5 years our family moved to Lubbock, Texas where I worked for a little over 9 years. Living in west Texas was a unique experience. I began working with the good church in North Ridgville,Ohio in September of 2021. This was a blessed occasion to meet many new Christians and live in a Great Lake region for which I will always cherish. With God's strength and permission, our entire family returned to the beloved state of Washington to work with the dear brethren in theMount Baker church of Christ in the summer of 2023. It is a deep priviledge to live in the Northwest again.
The truth revealed in the New Testament is more precious to me than any relationship on earth. While people change, God and His word remain the same and I've found that in a tumultuous and stormy life, God is the immovable rock of refuge. I published class material for youth and young adults alike.
- In The Beginning: The Creation (A Faith Builder Series Workbook).
- Genesis 12 Through Judges (A Faith Builder Series Workbook).
- Walking with Prophets and Kings (A Faith Build Series Workbook).
Additionally, my daughter, Danielle Renee, is also an author of several mystery novels. She has also authored a series called, "Blood Flows Blue," a young adult adventure fantasy. Danielle has also authored, "Never A Fairy Tale," a young adult Christian theological fiction of a young man on the journey out of atheism. If you would like to supply your loved ones with good reading material, consider her published books here: www.daniellereneewallace.com/books.html.
Christian Theological Fiction
My eldest son, Nick, is currently studying law. My second-born, Ethan, is studying music and has completed an album, "Essential Tactical RPG Adventure Game Music Pack" with 12 songs. These can be purchased for the creation of video games here: Essential Tactical RPG Adventure Game Music Pack by Ethan Wallace (itch.io)
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