The 2022 Murph Challenge Day 22: Dennis Otto
How do use a story of darkness, redemption, and saving grace to give others struggling a future hope? That’s what today’s dedication devoted his life to after a past of drug addiction, violence, and a prison sentence. In 2010, faith and ministry entered his life to find his new calling.
Dennis Otto is an author, pastor, and founder of All In Ministries. An organization dedicated to help men and women break their chains of addiction and live in freedom in Christ.
Friend and Nominator, Lou Hernandez, says this about Dennis: “I admire how you walk out your faith and how you love the unlovable just as people did when you were in your darkest days. It was and is through that love that you are living such an inspiring life and changing the lives of so many people today through your ministry. You and Patti are walking in your calling and even today as you begin this next fight, know that there are MANY people praying and fighting for you once more! He is not done with you! Love you Dennis, I am in your corner for this fight!”
That next fight for Dennis is a fast progressing prostate cancer which he has surgery to remove today. Dennis is a fighter who doesn’t back down from a challenge. He’s always able to find the positive no matter what negativity happens around him.
If you’re reading this, we ask that you lift up a prayer for Dennis as he takes on this battle. We are all in your corner.
Every Day We Fight is grateful to dedicate Day 22 of 32 to a man that dedicated his life to helping others out of their darkest days. Thanks for being a light Dennis Otto.
Team Murph: 25:24
When I did the Murph Challenge for the first time I became hooked. Not because it was fun but because it was painful, challenging, and meaningful.
These 31 challenges are a dedication to a fighter, a warrior, a person battling that’s an everyday hero.
– Tate Wheeler
“The Murph Challenge is more than just a workout. It is a tradition that helps push us, humble us, and allows us the opportunity to dedicate a bit of pain and sweat to honor, LT. Michael P. Murphy, a man who sacrificed everything he had for our freedom.”