Ever meet someone who’s life experiences spans vast colorful landscapes? So much so, they allow for extensive relatabilty and understanding? How about someone who is a pastor, author, limousine driver and bodyguard for governmental dignitaries, business owner, movie producer, radio host and world traveler. That’s just the beginning. You’ll be amazed by what our guest has done, moreso, all that he’s been through. His story is sure to bring a swell of encouragement and inspiration to your life.
Robert Choate is the President of Christ Comfort Ministries International in Tuscon, Arizona. He’s Pastor of Christ Comfort Chapel, he’s as chaplain in nursing home, chaplain to military/veterans/law enforcement, suicide hotline, jail and prison ministry, and gang intervention. Planted churches. Missions to South and Central America. Media advisor to Phoenix University of Theology. Producing “City Talks”, a half-hour inspirational television program aired to over 80 countries worldwide. He’s featured over five hundred charities and social service organizations, including Mission of Hope International, Aglow International and Full Gospel Businessmen’s Fellowship International. Missionary work to hospitals and orphanages. He’s been a limousine/bodyguard service to governmental dignitaries, Fortune-500, weddings, celebrities, Academy Awards. He’s the author of the book, City Talks: A Chauffeur’s Healing Confessions published by Wheatmark Publications and available at barnesandnoble.com.
In Today’s Episode:
- How much influence did a case worker have on you as a child?
- What was the source of the constant ringing in your head?
- When did you experience the overwhelming power of God in your life?
- Why are you so compassionate with people who have been disregarded by society?
Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable–if anything is excellent or praiseworthy–think about such things.