Rhett Massey as an administrative professional has managed the offices and provided confidential support to chief executive officers, presidents, and other senior-level executives at hospitals, hospices, social services agencies, and the federal government who saw it as their mission to ameliorate the suffering of those who sought their services. Believing that we have been called to the ministry of helps, Massey allows the Lord to use his hands in very unique and different ways to brighten the corner in which he lives. He adds this book, To Live Again, A New Beginning to his literary accomplishments. Massey is the writer, producer, and director of a well-received and much-talked about play: If God Is Dead, which touched the hearts and minds of those who attended the performance and caused some to commit and others to recommit their lives to the Lord. In addition, he allowed the Lord to use him while in undergraduate school to create and develop a monthly newsletter, The Watsonite, and served as its editor-in-chief. The mission of the newsletter was to keep students who graduated and moved away abreast of the happenings at the church as well as the membership in general. Since being struck by a debilitating illness that has left him disabled and unable to perform the duties of his profession, Massey continues to believe that God yet has work for him to do and is conscientiously intent on occupying until He comes. To Live Again, A New Beginning is the latest creative endeavor by Massey; but chances are will not be his last.