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Brian Tice (5731- )

Brian Tice, a native of Allegan, MI, is an accomplished playwright, songwriter, musician, poet, and minister of the Gospel.


  • while serving in music ministry at Otsego Congregational Church, Clancy Street Ministries, Adat Eytz Chayim, and Faith Fellowship Dispensational... composed a few dozen original worship songs and new arrangements of 3500-year-old Hebrew worship songs.
  • played the role of Mr. Aslaksen in Henrik Ibsen's An Enemy of the People.
  • co-directed the stage production of Crystalyn Sheen Miller's Shakespeare on a Pitchfork.
  • wrote, scored, directed, produced, casted, and starred in The Other Cassius Clay, an original musical chronicling the life of 19th Century Kentucky Emancipationist Cassius Marcellus Clay.
  • directed Dennis Allen's The Harlequin & The Empath
  • played Alyosha Karamazov in Fyodor Dostoevsky's The Grand Inquisitor (Richard Bridges's stage adaptation of Brothers Karamazov).
  • vocal soloist in the Kalamazoo Valley Community Chorus
  • vocal soloist in the Georgia Tech Honors Institute Chorus
  • vocal soloist in the University of San Diego Honors Institute Chorus
  • performed with the Dixieland band Dick Gurn & the Music-Makers at Opryland in Nashville, TN (trumpet).

  • Experiences with Anti-Semitism

  • received over 800 death threats from neo-Nazi teens in Grand Rapids, MI
  • falsely accused of battery by neo-Nazi teens in Grand Rapids, MI
  • forced to eat pork by agents of the state in Grand Rapids, MI
  • assaulted by a street gang for wearing judaica in Kalamazoo, MI nearly died from stab wound to chest
  • beaten in the ribs with a crowbar for wearing judaica in Kalamazoo, MI, suffered 4 separated ribs and torn cartilage

  • Education

  • studying youth ministry and ancient languages at Cornerstone University
  • studied modern languages and education at Kalamazoo Valley
  • studied comparative cultures at University of San Diego
  • studied music ministry at Evangelical School of Biblical Studies
  • studied advertising art at Kendall College of Art and Design

  • Ministry

  • 7 years as mission trip coordinator with Little Mary's Hospitality House critically-ill kids' ministry, Wellston, MI
  • 4 years as a tutor with Navigator Academy
  • 4 years as a mentor at Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Kalamazoo
  • 4 years as a volunteer and board member with Habitat for Humanity
  • 4 years as a lobbyist and advocate for Amnesty International
  • 4 years as a music minister with several congregations
  • 3 years as a volunteer at St. Leo's Soup Kitchen, Detroit
  • 2 years as a spokesman for Colin Powell's America's Promise initiative
  • 2 years on Service-Learning staff at Cornerstone University

  • Original Songs

  • All It Takes
  • And Faith is Somehow Popular Again
  • Àρα Απολεíπεται Σαβατισμóς
  • Dear Grama Minnie
  • He Cares
  • How Awesome A G-d (What Have We Got)
  • How will the Lost Ever Find Him?
  • L-rd of All Creation
  • O What A Glorious G-d We Serve
  • Sh'ma u Va'ahavta
  • Still Workin' Miracles
  • Trust Him Through It All
  • You're My Strength; You're My Song

  • External links

  • Little Mary's Hospitality House
  • Cornerstone University Service Learning

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