Episode # 76: Chaplain Rich Young – Prayer

Episode #76: Chaplain Rich Young

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My guest today is Chaplain Rich Young. Rich Young, originally from Ellwood City, Pennsylvania, enlisted in the Marine Corps in 1970 immediately after high school. He became a Christian while in the Marines and felt God leading him into the ministry. College and seminary followed his discharge as a Sergeant in 1974. Rich entered the Army as a Chaplain in 1981, retiring as a Colonel in 2006. Rich serves as the Executive Director of the International Association of Evangelical Chaplains. He and Sandy have been married thirty-nine years, are Ambassadors for the Alliance Defending Freedom, have two children and two grandchildren, and live in Helotes, Texas. On this week’s episode Rich Young talks to us about the importance of prayer.

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