If you're struggling to find motivation to answer God's call on your life, you are in for some encouragement from today's interview with Kent Chevalier, Chaplain of the Pittsburgh Steelers.
In his usual, passionate communication style, Kent shares the inspiring story of how God called he and his wife to be missionaries. He also reveals amazing, biblical insight into where men find the strength to "do it afraid." You'll be moved by Kent's vulnerability and reminded of God's faithfulness.
KENT CHEVALIER'S BIO:
After serving for 22 years as a pastor in the local church, Pastor Kent (PK) stepped out in 2019 to become the Chaplain of the Pittsburgh Steelers through the ministry of Athletes in Action. He is a Pittsburgh native, a graduate of Geneva College and Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. Kent also partners with Lionshare as a national speaker and Vice President of their board. He loves serving and encouraging individuals, businesses and ministries with Erica as a part of this new ministry adventure, Team Chevalier. He values most being a husband to Erica and a dad to their three daughters.