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Chip Studer motivational speaker & bible teacher

Chip Studer a twenty year wheelchair user who knows what it means to turn barriors into bridges of opportunity. He is a disabled veteran who served in the United States Navy during Operation Desert Storm. A fall from a treestand while deer hunting left him paralyzed and forced him to retire from the Navy. Over the last twenty years Chip has remianed active in his community and has discovered the meaning of strong relationships with God family and friends. He desires to share his story and the biblical principals he lives by. He is a champion of treestand safety. He is willing to travel any length to speak to groups large and small. Contact him today!

4 Responses

  1. Thanks for sharing your story through this blog Chip. I look forward to hearing more about your ministry.

  2. thanks for the encouragement Larry. Let me know if there is anything I can do for you>

  3. Chip,

    I am looking for a Speaker for our annual Wild Game Feed, It is the 25th of January 2014. Our church is Gum Branch Baptist at Hinesville, Georgia. This will be our 7th Wild Game Feed and we look forward to this event every year. We average 150-225 Men every year. If you are interested please respond. Thank you and God bless.

    • Howdy Ken! I’d be glad to come and speak at your game dinner on January 25th 2014. I ask the church to reimburse my travel expenses using the current IRS rate which is 57 cents per mile round trip. Starting from my home in Wirtz Va. Please let me know as soon as you can if you want me to come for sure. In the mean time I’ll say a prayer for you and your men. Thanks again for asking me. Hang Tuff! Chip

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