The Hosts


Doug Hutchcraft

Doug is the Executive Vice President of Ron Hutchcraft Ministries.  Born and bred in New Jersey, Doug spent eleven years building a youth ministry on a Native American Reservation with his wife, Anna, and helped launch On Eagles' Wings®. Doug moved to the Ozarks to serve in leadership in 2010. Since then Doug has built the Creative Department, which exists to creatively share Hope Stories and the Gospel through film and other media forms.

Doug is a speaker for the annual Warrior Leadership Summit and other events, plus records Gospel spots for online and for radio stations to present the Gospel at Christmas. He also spearheads annually creating "Warrior Worship" – worship music by and for indigenous young people on reservations and reserves, and for Warrior Leadership Summit. Doug co-hosts the podcast "Go M.A.D. With Doug and Brad", with his brother, Brad. They love encouraging others to "Go Make A Difference" for Jesus!

Doug enjoys sharing the hope of Jesus, and treasures time with his wife and three children.


Ron Hutchcraft

Ron Hutchcraft is an impassioned contemporary evangelist, speaker, author and radio host. As President of Ron Hutchcraft Ministries, Ron and his team specialize in developing authentic, relevant and creative tools to, as Ron says, "Bring the lost to the Cross." 

Ron is committed to communicating the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the lost in their language and to motivating and equipping believers to communicate Christ to the lost in their world.

He has hosted two international youth radio broadcasts and has authored many books, including Hope When Your Heart is Breaking: Finding God's Presence in Your Pain (Harvest House).

For approximately 40 years, Ron has been a part of people's daily lives through his popular radio program. "A Word With You" is heard on over 1,300 outlets across the country and broadcast internationally in the six most-spoken languages in the world.

Ron, with his late wife Karen, is the co-founder of On Eagles' Wings®, an outreach and leadership development program for Native American, First Nations and Alaskan Native young people. 

Ron has worked alongside his late wife and life-long ministry partner, Karen. They have three children who have served with them in ministry, and nine grandchildren.