Nebraska Authors

Otis Young

Born 1931-04-12 Union, MO (USA)

Died 2009-12-10
Lincoln, NE (USA)

Young served 35 years as the senior minister of Lincoln, Nebraska's First-Plymouth Congregational Church. He was a long-serving co-host of "All About Books," NET Radio's weekly book review program, along with his co-host Unitarian minister Charles Stephen. Young created the program, which early on in its history ran for a time on KFOR Radio.

Places Lived

Lincoln, NE

Author Of

  • Nonfiction

Keywords

Religion; Theology; Inspirational; Book Reviews

Occupation

Pastor

Places Worked

35 years as the senior minister of Lincoln, Nebraska's First-Plymouth Congregational Church

Honors

Nebraska Literary Heritage Association’s Literary Heritage Award, 2010

Associations

Bibliography

Reach Out and Live: Reflections on Leadership in Ministry and in Sermons. 2008.

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