Jesus in the Workplace with Dr. Crandall
April 21, 2009
Regent University will be hosting a special presentation by a member of our Board of Trustees. Dr. Chauncey Crandall will discuss Christianity in the Workplace and the miracle witnessed in 2006.
We will be meeting in RH 113 and Dr. Crandall will speak on Friday, April 24th, from 4:15 - 4:45 and take any questions you may have.
No RSVP required. All are invited.
Dr. Crandall was born and raised in Virginia just outside of Washington D.C. He comes from seven generations of ministers, some of which helped birth religious freedom within the New World. However, for many years he ran from God but was brought back to Him at the age of 19 in Togo, West Africa, when he was financially abandoned on an anthropology trip with his college. At the age of 27, while attending medical school, Dr. Crandall found himself in the middle of the Communist Revolution on the island of Grenada in the British West Indies. In a small Caribbean cove with African brothers and sisters in Christ, Dr. Crandall was water baptized as Russian/Cuban gun ships patrolled the shoreline. Dr. Crandall and his wife, Deborah, were married in 1978 and currently reside in Palm Beach, Florida. They have two sons, Christian Pierce and Chadwick Baxter. In 2000, Chadwick Baxter became ill with leukemia, and that year proved to be a big turning point in Dr. Crandall’s life. Like Job who lost all of his children and still trusted God, the death of Chad drove Dr. Crandall to the Lord and God blessed him abundantly in ministry.
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