Thomas Woodrow Murphy was born in North Carolina. He was raised in a Christian home, the son of a pastor in a small town in central North Carolina. His formal education was in music and he received a Master’s Degree in Opera Production from Florida State University. After a college teaching stint in Florida, Thomas moved to New York City to pursue an operatic singing career. He sang professionally at The New City Opera, Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall and local churches. Thomas later entered the business world and emjoyed an award-winning, 25-year career in sales.
Thomas is the author of “Songs of the Morning: 365 Poetic Devotionals” and "I, Homines: the man who crucified Jesus."
Published: January 15, 2018.
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"Songs of the Morning" contains 365 original poetic devotionals by Thomas Woodrow Murphy. Each devotional is based upon a verse from the Bible and covers a specific topic. The daily devotionals are written to give the reader inspiration and hope each day as they face the challenges of life.
Published: November 30, 2016.
Fiction » Religious
Homines, the Roman soldier who crucified Christ and thrust the spear into the His side did not act alone. His encounter with Jesus, that day, changed his life dramatically and for all eternity.
This is a poetic account of his life.