Q&A With Author Ronald A Fahrenholz II

Amanda K.

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Ronald Fahrenholz II was born in Dayton, OH and majored in Psychology at Ashworthy University. He attended the Christian Leadership Institution and American Institute of Health Care Professionals where he developed skills as a Christian counselor. For almost thirty years, Ronald worked as a Certified Behavior Analyst working with adults with disabilities. He is currently a Christian Life Coach and a certified DISC Personality Consultant.

His new book Judgment: The Innocent Suffering is available for purchase on Amazon.

What inspired you to write your first book?

I was inspired by a very scary and detailed spirit led dream. I have never written before that and I felt God was testing me to obedient despite being unqualified.

Do you have a specific writing style?

I’m not sure I even know what a writing style is. My book is a message and a warning and it was written so people could relate to the message. This why it is written in a “tell me’ type story instead of a more conventional “descriptive, show me” style of writing.

How did you come up with the title?

I came us from the title the same way I have come up with the other books I have written (They Loved the Darkness and Anchored in God) and that was by prayer and fasting.

What books have most influenced your life most?

I tend to like to read the works of people not known to be writers. I follow all the books written by and written about William M. Branham. I only like Christian books with hidden means. That is why The Pilgrims Progress is one of my favorite.

What book/author are you currently reading or will read within the next few months?

I found an eBook in Christian category, called “Breadcrumbs” – Francis J. Shaw, and it looks to be an insightful spiritual journey that I might enjoy reading.

What is your favorite movie and why?

My favorite movie is “Unbroken.” I first read the book and wanted to see the movie. I love the message that no matter what trials and pain we suffering in life by the hands of evil—with God by our side—we can endure it. And because we are a reflection of Christ, we can also forgive those that inflicted those trials.

How can readers connect with you?

I have a website called www.AnchoredinGod.com. I was a Life Christian Life Coach and I often post things free such as spiritual assessments, free eBooks on motivations, and personal collection of my best Facebook blog-type posts

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