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Eddie Huff

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Augsburg College

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Augsburg College

2211 Riverside Avenue

Minneapolis, Minnesota,55454

United States

Company Description

Established in 1869, Augsburg College is a private, coeducational liberal arts college located in Minneapolis, Minn. The college enrolls approximately 3,700 undergraduate, graduate and weekend undergraduate students with an additional 600 faculty and staff. Th...more

Background Information

Employment History

Executive Director

Booker T. Washington Inspirational Network Inc


Director

Musicians for Missions


Affiliations

National Center For Public Policy's , Project 21

Member


Education

Melodyland School of Theology


B BA

management

Texas Tech


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Evangelical Endorsements and Commentary - 2008 Presidential Primary

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Eddie Huff
Eddie Huff- "From 1976-1978 Eddie attended Melodyland School of Theology in Anaheim, CA, in their M. Div. program and is a licensed minister." "From 1981 to 1992 Eddie with his wife Vickie and 4 children served as missionaries with Youth With A Mission (YWAM). Eddie was director of Musicians for Missions in Amsterdam, Holland from 1981-84, then became director of the Augsburg, Germany YWAM base... In addition to these duties Eddie spent extensive time in Uganda, Kenya and South Africa leading teams doing relief work, and teaching for Youth With A Mission bases there." Eddie is the executive director of the Booker T. Washington Inspirational Network. http://www.booker-t-washington.com/eddie.htm Eddie Huff is the chairman of the Tulsa Black Republicans (ZoomInfo.com), has owned his own gospel recording label, and is a member of the National Center For Public Policy's, Project 21, where he has written numerous articles. (Zoominfo.com)


Booker T. Washington Inspirational Speakers

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After meeting Eddie Huff at the Heritage Foundation in Washington D.C., Gloria and Eddie joined forces to revive the vision and work of Booker T. Washington.
After meeting Eddie Huff at the Heritage Foundation in Washington D.C., Gloria and Eddie joined forces to revive the vision and work of Booker T. Washington. About Eddie Huff - Executive Director Eddie Huff Eddie was born to a single German mother and a black American (GI) father, in post war Germany. He grew up between 2 worlds, at first in a small German village speaking only German. From this world, at the age of 7, he was transplanted to a completely different world, that of the projects of Philadelphia. Growing up as an African American child in the 60s Eddie would move back and forth from predominantly black environments to very integrated ones. He has, however, always considered himself a black American and counts it as a supreme privilege to share in this rich history. As a freshman at Texas Tech University he became a black radical/Hippie accepting all of the late 60s early 70s leftist ideology. He was vice president of the Black Student Union at Texas Tech as well as president of the charter chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity there. It was not until his accepting Jesus Christ as his personal savior in El Paso, Texas, one month after his graduation that Eddie began to see the world in a new way and begin on a new path with a new vision. Eddie Graduated from Texas Tech in 1973 with a B BA in management. From 1976-1978 Eddie attended Melodyland School of Theology in Anaheim, CA, in their M. Div. program and is a licensed minister. From 1981 to 1992 Eddie with his wife Vickie and 4 children served as missionaries with Youth With A Mission (YWAM). Eddie was director of Musicians for Missions in Amsterdam, Holland from 1981-84, then became director of the Augsburg, Germany YWAM base, leading Discipleship Training Schools and directing a Christian book distribution center providing Christian books and music to the U.S. Military throughout Europe and the Middle East. In addition to these duties Eddie spent extensive time in Uganda, Kenya and South Africa leading teams doing relief work, and teaching for Youth With A Mission bases there. In his service with Youth With A Mission Eddie has spoken before thousands in Europe and Africa, as well as the United States. In 1992 Eddie and family returned to the U.S. where he has been a financial services rep. with his own agency. He is a speaker and former owner of a Gospel recording Label. Eddie is a public speaker and has written hundreds of articles on public policy, socio-political, and spiritual themes.


Eddie Huff on KFAQ - Tulsa's Conservative Talk Radio!

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Eddie Huff |
Eddie Huff on KFAQ - Tulsa's Conservative Talk Radio! KFAQ is Tulsa's Talk Station that Stands Up For What's Right! Eddie Huff Listen to Eddie Huff each weekday morning during the Pat Campbell Show; in addition to his weekend show Sunday afternoons 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Talk Radio 1170 KFAQ. Eddie was born to a single German mother and American GI in post World War II Germany. He grew up between 2 worlds, at first in a small German village speaking only German. From this world, at the age of 7, he was transplanted to a completely different world, that of the projects of Philadelphia. Growing up as an African American child in the 60s Eddie would move back and forth from predominantly black environments to very integrated ones. He has, however, always considered himself a black American and counts it as a supreme privilege to share in this rich history. As a freshman at Texas Tech University he became a black radical/Hippie accepting all of the late 60s early 70s "Leftist" ideology. He was vice president of the Black Student Union at Texas Tech as well as president of the charter chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity there. He marched and protested the Viet Nam War and for Civil rights. It was not until his accepting Jesus Christ as his personal savior in El Paso, Texas, one month after his graduation from Tech. that Eddie began to see the world in a new way and begin on a new path with a new vision. This new world view has guided Eddie's life ever since. Eddie Graduated from Texas Tech in 1973 with a B BA in management. From 1976-1978 Eddie attended Melodyland School of Theology in Anaheim, CA, in their M. Div. program and is a licensed minister. From 1981 to 1992 Eddie with his wife Vickie and 4 children served as missionaries with Youth With A Mission (YWAM). Eddie was director of Musicians for Missions in Amsterdam, Holland from 1981-84, then became director of the Augsburg, Germany YWAM base, leading Discipleship Training Schools and directing a Christian book distribution center providing Christian books and music to the U.S. Military throughout Europe and the Middle East. In addition to these duties Eddie spent extensive time in Uganda, Kenya and South Africa leading teams doing relief work, and teaching for Youth With A Mission bases there. In his service with Youth With A Mission Eddie has spoken before thousands in Europe and Africa, as well as the United States. In 1992 Eddie and family returned to the U.S. Moving to Tulsa. Eddie is president of the Eddie Huff Insurance Agency, LLC an independent insurance agency in Tulsa. He is also executive director of the Booker T. Washington Inspirational Network, a public speaker and has written hundreds of articles on public policy, socio-political, and spiritual themes. Eddie On-Demand: Eddie on Twitter Email Eddie at ehuff@journalbroadcastgroup.com


Eddie Huff on KFAQ - Tulsa's Conservative Talk Radio!

www.1170kfaq.com [cached]

Eddie Huff
Listen to Eddie Huff each weekday morning during the Pat Campbell Show; in addition to his weekend show Sunday afternoons 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Talk Radio 1170 KFAQ. Eddie was born to a single German mother and American GI in post World War II Germany. He grew up between 2 worlds, at first in a small German village speaking only German. From this world, at the age of 7, he was transplanted to a completely different world, that of the projects of Philadelphia. Growing up as an African American child in the 60s Eddie would move back and forth from predominantly black environments to very integrated ones. He has, however, always considered himself a black American and counts it as a supreme privilege to share in this rich history. As a freshman at Texas Tech University he became a black radical/Hippie accepting all of the late 60s early 70s "Leftist" ideology. He was vice president of the Black Student Union at Texas Tech as well as president of the charter chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity there. He marched and protested the Viet Nam War and for Civil rights. It was not until his accepting Jesus Christ as his personal savior in El Paso, Texas, one month after his graduation from Tech. that Eddie began to see the world in a new way and begin on a new path with a new vision. This new world view has guided Eddie's life ever since. Eddie Graduated from Texas Tech in 1973 with a B BA in management. From 1976-1978 Eddie attended Melodyland School of Theology in Anaheim, CA, in their M. Div. program and is a licensed minister. From 1981 to 1992 Eddie with his wife Vickie and 4 children served as missionaries with Youth With A Mission (YWAM). Eddie was director of Musicians for Missions in Amsterdam, Holland from 1981-84, then became director of the Augsburg, Germany YWAM base, leading Discipleship Training Schools and directing a Christian book distribution center providing Christian books and music to the U.S. Military throughout Europe and the Middle East. In addition to these duties Eddie spent extensive time in Uganda, Kenya and South Africa leading teams doing relief work, and teaching for Youth With A Mission bases there. In his service with Youth With A Mission Eddie has spoken before thousands in Europe and Africa, as well as the United States. In 1992 Eddie and family returned to the U.S. Moving to Tulsa. Eddie is president of the Eddie Huff Insurance Agency, LLC an independent insurance agency in Tulsa. He is also executive director of the Booker T. Washington Inspirational Network, a public speaker and has written hundreds of articles on public policy, socio-political, and spiritual themes. Eddie On-Demand: Eddie on Twitter Email Eddie at ehuff@journalbroadcastgroup.com


Booker T. Washington Inspirational Speakers

www.booker-t-washington.com [cached]

Eddie Huff - Executive DirectorEddie was born to a single German mother and a black American (GI) father, in post war Germany.He grew up between 2 worlds, at first in a small German village speaking only German.From this world, at the age of 7, he was transplanted to a completely different world, that of the projects of Philadelphia.Growing up as an African American child in the 60s Eddie would move back and forth from predominantly black environments to very integrated ones.He has, however, always considered himself a black American and counts it as a supreme privilege to share in this rich history.As a freshman at Texas Tech University he became a black radical/Hippie accepting all of the late 60s early 70s leftist ideology.He was vice president of the Black Student Union at Texas Tech as well as president of the charter chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity there.It was not until his accepting Jesus Christ as his personal savior in El Paso, Texas, one month after his graduation that Eddie began to see the world in a new way and begin on a new path with a new vision.Eddie Graduated from Texas Tech in 1973 with a B BA in management.From 1976-1978 Eddie attended Melodyland School of Theology in Anaheim, CA, in their M. Div. program and is a licensed minister. From 1981 to 1992 Eddie with his wife Vickie and 4 children served as missionaries with Youth With A Mission (YWAM).Eddie was director of Musicians for Missions in Amsterdam, Holland from 1981-84, then became director of the Augsburg, Germany YWAM base, leading Discipleship Training Schools and directing a Christian book distribution center providing Christian books and music to the U.S. Military throughout Europe and the Middle East.In addition to these duties Eddie spent extensive time in Uganda, Kenya and South Africa leading teams doing relief work, and teaching for Youth With A Mission bases there. In his service with Youth With A Mission Eddie has spoken before thousands in Europe and Africa, as well as the United States.In 1992 Eddie and family returned to the U.S. where he has been a financial services rep. with his own agency.He is a speaker and former owner of a Gospel recording Label.He is presently a member of the National Center For Public Policy's, Project 21, where he has written numerous New Visions Articles.


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