Press & Appearances

Combat Surgeon Relies on God’s Healing Hands

Guideposts Magazine
Mar 28, 2020
A reunion with a patient he was sure had died assured Dr. Lee Warren that there were healing hands other than his own at work during his stint in Iraq.

Live Interview with Brad Cornell in San Antonio, Texas

For HIs Glory Ministries
Mar 22, 2020
Join host Brad Cornell live at the Dienger Trading Company as he interviews Dr. Lee Warren about the new book, I've Seen the End of You.

The Autumn Miles Show

Autumn Miles Podcast
Mar 1, 2020
Neurosurgeon, Dr. W Lee Warren is here to join us today. This incredibly accomplished guest is here to talk with us today on the topic of his new book ‘I’ve Seen the End of You’. Facing the horrors of Glioblastoma time after time, Dr. Warren came to a place where he began standing at the edge of knowing how the science would end, yet knowing the truth of His everlasting Word.

Middays With Susie Larson

Mar 1, 2020
Dr. W. Lee Warren was wrestling with the realities of life as a neurosurgeon when he experienced unthinkable tragedy at the loss of his son. He shares what he's learned about God, faith, doubt, and the supernatural power of hope from his book, "I've Seen The End of You."

Jim Wood Interview

Wears Valley Ranch Radio
Feb 1, 2020
Great interview with Jim Wood and Dr. Lee Warren about faith and doubt.

Author Q&A with Spirituality and Health Magazine

Spirituality and Health Magazine
Jan 16, 2020
S&H sits down with Dr. W. Lee Warren to talk science, faith, and writing.

Book Signing in Casper, Wyoming

Casper Star-Tribune
Jan 16, 2020
The Casper author and neurosurgeon’s new book, “I’ve Seen the End of You,” was released this month by Penguin Random House imprint WaterBrook. In it, Warren tells stories about the patients who’ve affected him and ultimately taught him as he grappled with those big questions. Warren will sign copies and discuss the book today at the Natrona County Library.

Does Faith Matter?

The Zig Ziglar Show
Jan 15, 2020
I have with us, a neurosurgeon. Yes, a brain surgeon. One who sees massive trauma and generally knows the outcome right away. Yet as a Christian he believes God can heal anyone. But how do you pray and tell the patient or the patient’s family to pray, when he’s seen some diagnosis have a near 100% fatality rate? Leading him to grapple with, “God can heal this issue, but He doesn’t ever seem to.” Have you had, or do you have any circumstances in your life, where you struggle to see your faith making a difference? My guest is Lee Warren, MD.

Does Faith Make Any Difference? Q&A With Kevin Miller

The Zig Ziglar Podcast
Jan 15, 2020
“Everyone has experienced some level of trauma in their life. Amidst it, how much did your personal faith tangibly help, if it did at all?” Oh my, so many intimate responses. I asked Dr. Lee Warren to join me and talk through your comments.

Zig Ziglar’s Habits Podcast

The Zig Show with Kevin Miller
Jan 15, 2020
This is a license to invest in ourselves, not an admonishment. If you woke up to a brand new car in your driveway and a notecard that said, “From God”, you would be ecstatic and you would take care of that baby. What about your body? After letting his health go, Dr. Lee Warren committed to caring for himself and here in our habits show he stated, “Our body is a gift to us from the Creator.”

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