Apostle Ken Cox started serving God in 1994 after a series of unforeseen life failures. Out of the military and seemly starting life over again, by 2000, Apostle Cox had found his life calling as a Prophet. The challenge of learning and understanding presented a new frontier. Apostle Cox dove into the process and has now emerged as a well-traveled prophet who serves the Body of Christ as an Apostle. Apostle Cox, along with his wife, Prophetess Sabina Cox are the leaders of Where Eagles Fly Fellowship Inc., a fellowship of prophets and apostle across the USA and beyond who are dedicated and focused on establishing the prophetic gift back into society as they raise up prophets around the country and abroad. Apostle Cox and Prophetess Cox are available for Revivals, Conferences and Meetings. They have been featured in meetings and sought-after to teach and instruct the prophetic for ministries seeking to learn more about the gift. Apostle and Prophetess Cox have 3 children and 4 grandkids as of this writing and currently reside in Durham, NC. Contact them through the Where Eagles Fly office at 919-695-3375 or 919-213-1328 or at www.whereeaglesfly.us.
1) When did you know that writing is what you were called to do?
I never felt I was called to be a writer, but a communicator , who God had given insight and information to. What is it about being a writer that you love the most? I love to share with people, the insight and revelation God has given me on The Prophet, a subject so near and dear to me.
2) Can you tell us a little about your book(s) and where our readers can find out more about them and you?
My first book is called “The Prophet In The Wilderness”, it is a book about getting started and being relevant in Prophetic Ministry. This book, will open understand, instill confidence, while it shatters customs and traditions that people think about Prophets called by God. The Book is available , where Books are sold right now. Any of your readers can call my office at 919-695-3375 and get information about Where Eagles Fly Fellowship and Ministries. What projects are you currently working on? I have just finished “The Prophetic Staff” and that book will be available Feb.9th, where ever Books are sold.
3) What has been your most significant achievement as a writer thus far?
“The Prophet in The Wilderness”s is my first book and most significant achievement as a writer so far. How have you dealt with rejection within your writing career? I have had some rejection, but as a Prophet, Ive learned to deal with it and go forth despite rejections. It has been a good thing as it has made me stronger.
4) Do you have a schedule for when you write? Do you outline your novels? How long does it generally take you to finish a novel?
I write constantly and I work on multiple books and projects all at one time. I love to multi task. No I really don’t outline them, I simply sit and write as I;m led to share. I can finish a book in a little at a few days if I have the time.
5) Where do you see yourself within your career in the next five years?
I plan to continue to write,and I see myself writing a encyclopedia on prophetic ministry. I’m the biggest student I know.
6) Do you believe that there is ever a point in life where it’s too late for an aspiring writer to become successful in this industry? Do you feel a late start would hinder their chances?
As long as you have your health and the heart, go for it, it is never to late. I feel it is never to late to share revelation. Moses did not become Moses as we know until he was 80.
7) What’s the first book you ever read that really touched you emotionally and moved you? What’s the first book you read that made you know that you could do this for a career? What book are you currently reading?
The Bible, plain and simple. I don’t think it was any one book, I feel it was a zeal to accomplish something that would make a mark in the world, that would help people I would never meet. I’m currently reading my latest unnamed book that I will submit to my publisher , Rejoice Essential Publishing shortly.
8) So many writers say that they hate reading their own work? Do you ever just sit down and curl up with your own book?
Yes, I have to because there is so much to learn and learning never stops. We all forget sometimes and rereading my material keeps me sharp. 9
) What are your thoughts about how the publishing industry is drastically changing? Are you more of an e-book person or a traditional book person?
I have friends who are authors and many have various opinions but I’m more of a traditional book person, but I have no problem with the E-book side of the house either. The ability to get information out is critical and now with ebook, I really think it is great.
10) I feel like so many of us writers, us artists in general, are made to conform to other people’s idea of what we should be. I think we creative types should be unafraid to be whoever it is that we feel we have the right to be. So what is your write 2 be? What unique quality is there about you, about your art, that you feel represents your authenticity?
I respect anyone’s right to be different. I feel you have to be who you are and supply the market you are destined for. I understand that some are looking at this different ways but nothing can compare with being true to yourself.
What does it take to be a Prophet and become a trainer of Prophets in this day and time?
This is a calling that you must know you have and accept it. Many times more than often it comes after great personal struggle in life. You will need help and that’s why Where Eagles Fly exists. I would love to speak personally to any of your readers who feel the call of God upon their lives. Call my office at 919-695-3375.