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When I think of a coach, I think of a teacher, instructor, encourager, and motivator.  I think of someone who can inspire his team at half-time to get back out on the field and play at or above their maximum potential.  While he's not on the sidelines of a football game or on the bench beside a basketball court, I still think one could call Ron Hutchcraft a coach--an evangelism coach.  Not only does he teach us about Jesus, but he also inspires and motivates us to go out into the world and share Christ with our neighbors.  The question is...are we ready to listen to the coach and then get in the game?

Click here for a link to Ron Hutchcraft Ministries or for TWR service opportunities