Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Survivng the Storm Ministries

A torrential storm ravaged Dallas, Texas, on May 5, 1995, devastating the life of Mike Frazier forever. The deadly waters of a Texas creek rose, lifting their car with ease, tossing it over a bridge drowning his mother, father, 2-year-old daughter, 11-year-old nephew and fiance. It was by the grace of God that Mike escaped and is now able to tell the story of how he, "Survived the Storm."

Raised in a Christian home with an intense musical background, Mike found peace in the Lord and in his music. His natural gift of music began to emerge at an early age. Using his talent as a bass guitarist and drummer, Mike has toured with artist such as Kirk Franklin, R. Kelly, Stevie Wonder, La Shun Pace and Ann Nesby. He has appeared on live recordings of Bishop T.D. Jakes and gospel great James Moore. For the past several years he has been touring the country with Tyler Perry Gospel Stage plays, "I know I've been changed", " I can do Bad All By Myself", " The Diary of a Mad Black Woman", " Madea's Family Reunion", Madea's Class Reunion and currently Mike is the Musical Director for "Tyler Perry, Meet the Browns". Mike has released his book, "Surviving the Storm: Finding life after death", in which is a testimony of tragedy that befell his life.

God has appointed Mike to share his testimony of anger, depression, fear, suicide, loneliness and grief in an effort to minister to those who have experienced the same. His story has been featured on various radio stations, news programs, and in magazine publications such as the July 2001 issue of WOE (Women of Excellence Magazine). Through the use of many avenues, Mike can fulfill his passion and purpose which is encouraging those who encounter storms in their lives to "hold on". He says, "If God carried me through the storm, he can do the same for you!"
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P.O. Box 201571, Arlington, TX, USA, 76006