Heavenly Insight
by Raynard R. Sumpter, II
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These lessons are a gift God gave to me to share with everyone from all walks of life. The words are meant to encourage, enhance, offer peace in the time of storm, and sometimes insight on how to handle situations that seem impossible. But through the words of each lesson, you will find that there is "Nothing too Hard for God."

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Created on: Mar-19-2009   Last updated:  Apr-16-2009
Format: 8.5"x11" - Choice of Hardcover/Softcover - Color - Photo Book
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Raynard R. Sumpter, II

Raynard Reggie Sumpter, II was born February 28, 1981 in Stamford, Connecticut to the union of Raynard R. Sumpter, Sr. and Rosemary S. Sumpter. He is known affectionately by family as “Reggie”, by schoolmates in South Carolina as “Raynard”, and colleagues in North Carolina and abroad as “Ray”.

Ray received dual B.S. degrees in Electrical Engineering and Applied Mathematics from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University in Greensboro, North Carolina. At North Carolina A&T, he was involved in various activities and organizations which include, Student Government Senate, President of the Student Union Advisory Board (S.U.A.B., the university programming board), Ronald E. McNair Scholars, National Society of Black Engineers (N.S.B.E.), and the Vice-President of the North Carolina A&T State University Fellowship Gospel Choir. These leadership positions provided a larger platform for him to interact with the best and brightest minds in the academic arena.

After receiving his bachelor degrees graduating magna cum laude, Ray decided to continue his education to pursue his master’s degree in Operations Research at North Carolina State University in Raleigh, N.C. graduating with honors. At N.C. State, he became a member of the
Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences.

He has incorporated Rosemary’s, a non-profit organization to help feed the hungry and homeless never forgetting that he was once in that position himself. Above all the aforementioned, Ray loves the Lord and continues to keep Him first and foremost in his life