For 29 years of ministry and eight recorded projects, Wallace Rahming continues his mission to proclaim the Good News in word and song. Wallace has been producing grassroots Contemporary Christian music since 1991. Within this vast recording vault are songs which explore various music styles and genres, biblical topics and personal life experiences. Wallace is the youngest of three sons born to George and Martha Rahming who raised him on Florida's Treasure Coast. Growing up in a household filled with music, Wallace began his study of the art form at the age of 8, learning so well that by the age of 14, he was arranging top 40 tunes for his high school marching band. This would eventually lead to a stint on the Florida Star Search competition. Wallace completed his musical studies at Southern University and A&M College in Baton Rouge, Louisiana where he studied voice under the late great Dr. Aldridge Atkins. He even found time to continue his study of the trumpet and piano. Wallace also teaches musical theatre, voice and piano in sunny south Florida. He is an ordained pastor and music minister. At request, Wallace presents his music in local and regional area churches. He has made numerous appearances on WTCE Channel 21 (Trinity Broadcasting Network affiliate station) and his music is currently in rotation on regional and online radio stations. Wallace has recently completed work on his new release "Life Cycles" and his currently writing a companion book with the same title.
A Quick Message
"At this moment in history, it is vitally important that we the members of the Body of Christ first and foremost allow true remorse to touch our hearts. This remorse will mature quickly into true repentance and that repentance will usher in a great revival in the land. This is not the time for fear, dread, doubt or unbelief for the spirit of fear does not come from God the Father. Be prepared to stand firm in the Word of God and to be an example of what and who a true believer in Christ is. God is our refuge and strength. He is a very present help in the time of trouble. He is our shield and buckler, our Protector and Provider. This too shall pass and the best is still yet to come."