Cecil (“Cec”) Murphey served as a missionary in Kenya, East Africa, for six years, and was a pastor in the Atlanta area for fourteen years. He taught part time in a Bible College for 18 years.
Cec has written, co-written, or ghostwritten more than 90 books. Perhaps his best-known work of co-authorship is 90 Minutes in Heaven: A True Story of Death & Life with Don Piper. His Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story, written for Dr. Ben Carson (Zondervan, Review & Herald, HarperCollins) has sold nearly two million copies. Rebel with a Cause, Murphey’s ghosted autobiography of Franklin Graham won a Gold Medallion Award. His other title with AMG Publishers, Committed, but Flawed deals with spiritual growth. He is a panelist for TheWritersView.com and writes a weekly on-line column for the ChristianWritersGroup.org.