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Ronald Hutchcraft

Ron Hutchcraft is an author, speaker, and international radio host of such programs as “A Word With You” and “Alive! with Ron Hutchcraft,” the most widely circulated Christian youth broadcast in the world. A thirty-four year veteran of youth and family work, Ron has spoken around the world to thousands of people, presenting practical answers to real-life issues. Ron has one wife, three crazy kids, and a pet parakeet named “Cherokee.”
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