Join us this hour to take a journey with a Force Recon Marine and Pro MMA Champion as he shares glimpses into the life of special operations, professional fighting, and deep insight into this world's spiritual battles. Our guest will share successes and failures experienced in Afghanistan, the MMA cage, and his biggest fights: struggling with PTSD, a near divorce, and almost becoming another veteran suicide statistic. Learn the parallels to biblical warriors who faced similar struggles and reveals the unfair advantage that led them to victory in the midst of those battles. Discover that same advantage for the battles you face, and unlock the warrior spirit sewn in your heart by God himself.
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Chad Robichaux is a former Force Recon Marine and DoD contractor with eight deployments to Afghanistan as part of a Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) Task Force. After overcoming his personal battles with PTSD and nearly becoming a veteran suicide statistic, Chad founded the Mighty Oaks Foundation, a leading nonprofit, serving the active duty and military veteran communities with highly successful faith-based combat trauma and resiliency programs. Having spoken to over 150,000 active-duty troops and led life-saving programs for over 3,800 active military and veterans at four Mighty Oaks Ranches around the nation, Chad has become a go-to resource and is considered a subject matter expert on faith-based solutions to PTSD, having advised the Trump administration, Congress, the VA, and the highest levels of the DoD. Currently, Chad serves as the chairman for the Faith Based Veterans Service Alliance (FBVSA) collaborating with the White House on behalf of a coalition of faith-based Veteran Service Organizations, and is a surrogate speaker and national board member for Veterans Coalition for Trump. Chad has written five books related to veteran care, donating over 100,000 copies to the troops during his resiliency speaking tours. He is regularly featured on national media, such as Fox News, OANN, The O’Reilly Factor, The Blaze, TBN, The 700 Club, USA Today and has appeared in a short film by I Am Second. Currently, a life-story motion picture is being produced based on the stories in this book. In addition to Chad’s military service, he is a former federal agent and law enforcement officer who was awarded the Medal of Valor for bravery. Chad is married to his wife, Kathy, and they have a daughter and two sons. Hunter is a third-generation Marine Combat veteran in the Robichaux family. Chad and his two sons are lifelong martial artists. Chad is a third degree Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt under Carlson Gracie Jr. and is a former Professional Mixed Martial Arts Champion, having competed at the highest levels of the sport.
Dr. Chauncey Crandall IV is a world renowned Cardiologist practicing medicine in Palm Beach Florida. Dr. Crandall is currently Assistant Professor of Medicine at Mount Sinai Heart New York and also the Director of Preventive Medicine and Complex Cardiology at the Mount Sinai Heart New York–Palm Beach site in Palm Beach Florida. Dr. Crandall practices interventional, vascular, and transplant cardiology. Dr. Crandall received his post-doctoral training in Internal Medicine at Yale University School of Medicine where he also completed three years of research in the Cardiovascular Surgery Division. Dr. Crandall completed his Cardiology Fellowship training at Beth Israel Hospital and Mt. Sinai Medical Center in New York City and also completed advanced Interventional Cardiology Fellowship training at the Medical College of Virginia. Following his Interventional Fellowship training, Dr. Crandall remained at the Medical College of Virginia for six years as Assistant Professor of Medicine and as Chief of the Heart Transplant Program, Director of Medical Education and Director of Cardiac Critical Care. In 1993, Dr. Crandall accepted a Faculty Professor appointment at the Duke University School of Medicine Cardiovascular Division and relocated to Palm Beach, Florida where he established the Duke University Interventional Cardiology Program – Palm Beach. Dr. Crandall has continued his private and academic practice in the Palm Beach area, and is currently on staff at the Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center, Good Samaritan Medical Center, Jupiter Medical Center, and Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York. Dr. Crandall has authored several books on faith, medicine and heart disease. His combination of faith and medicine to cure those in need has inspired millions.