“Yes He Can
Yes, Pastor Rich can deliver!
With a skillful mix of bold presentation, clear biblical teaching, and compassion for those who are hurting the most—in particular, those who are considered social "outcasts"—Pastor Rich takes biblical Christianity into cultural corners with wonderful and knowledgable insight.
In a nutshell...He is an excellent communicator who is able to eloquently speak on joy, confusion, sorrow, and anger in a faith-filled and loving way
You would be blessed by his speaking to your group or congregation on any topic.”
Rich makes his communication interesting and engaging. His energy and insights spark interaction and participation. Audiences find his experience with people and ministry motivational and inspirational.
"One of the best versed media guys covering The Northwoods League Baseball"
Hi, my name is Sarah and I’m a recovering heroin addict. By the grace of God, I’m working a great recovery program and I am able to share how Pastor Rich has helped me in my recovery.
Pastor Rich is kind, caring, knowledgable and geninunily wants to help people, especially those in recovery. That means a lot to so many women in recovery who have been mentored by Pastor Rich in seeking a personal relationship with God.
Rich provides an interactive, original and challenging message that keeps his listeners engaged. I highly recommend Pastor Rich Bontrager as a speaker.
Rich’s message was solid and resulted in a call to action by our group and a request for Rich to come back and take us into a deeper.
“Rich Bontrager (The Trigger) has a wealth of experience working in the broadcast industry, particularly in regard to sports-by-play, color commenting, and sports talk radio.”
Rich is a great communicator with a heart to serve people.
Rich, thank you very much! You did an excellent job for our kids and their parents at our Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) and National Youth Wrestling Association (NYWA) Big State Tournament. We liked you so much that I would like to have you come back next year on April 6, 2014.
Back in 2011, I and a number of other believers in the Paynesville, MN area sought to establish a new church.We asked Rich Bontrager to meet with our leadership team and have him facilitate an open and frank discussion about proper goals, structure and overall focus for the organization.
Rich wasn’t afraid to raise what he referred to as “elephant in the room questions” that needed to be asked and answered even though they caused tension and discomfort. He helped model for us the concept of speaking truth in love.
Without pause or reservation I would recommend inviting Rich to chat with your church or ministry leadership team to help focus (or refocus) your organization in order to be more effective in your ministry efforts.