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Guest Dr. Chuck Stecker, A Chosen Generation

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Please join me in welcoming Dr. Chuck Stecker, Founder of A Chosen Generation, and author of Men Of Honor, Women of Virtue: Raising Kids To Keep The Faith January 29, 2009, 10pm, CST Mark your calendars now so you won't miss this show! REV. CHUCK STECKER, D. MIN PRESIDENT AND FOUNDER Rev. Chuck Stecker is the President and Founder of A Chosen Generation. Chuck is an ordained minister of the Gospel with the Evangelical Church Alliance and has earned a Doctorate of Ministry specializing in Christian Leadership. As an Army Lieutenant Colonel, Chuck served in various key leadership and staff positions, including 3 years on the Joint Staff in the Pentagon. Chuck has served the Lord in the local church in various ministry and leadership positions After his retirement, he served with Promise Keepers for three years as the Regional Director of the South-Central Region. In 1997, Chuck launched a ministry, Mission Capable Men, and then A Chosen Generation in 2000. Chuck uniquely combines several years of business experience, 23 years of military service and over 13 years of full-time ministry to bring forth a clear strategy to equip, train, empower and release a new generation of leaders. He has a passion to see churches return to truly intergenerational communities and develop the clear pathways that keep young adults actively connected to their churches and see them develop into the leaders that will impact every area of our society. His clear vision and leadership teachings have impacted churches, schools, the military and businesses all over the country and as well as other nations. View his entire profile here: http://www.achosengeneration.org/bios.htm For additional information on A Chosen Generation, please visit: http://www.achosengeneration.org/index.htm