Bob Robinson was a top Account Executive at a Fortune 100 company when he felt called to vocational ministry. He has served as Pastor of Adult Discipleship in a large church, as a church planter, and as Area Director for the Coalition for Christian Outreach (CCO). He currently reaches out to college students at Kent State University at Stark, Malone University, and Stark State College with CCO.
Bob is Founder and Executive Director of The Center to Reintegrate Faith, Life and Vocations. Reintegrate is a non-profit organization that provides teaching, curriculum, resourcing, and networking to equip God’s people to reintegrate the Christian faith with all of life, especially their vocations. Bob believes that the Bible teaches us that God calls us to participate in His mission in and through our various vocations.
Bob has served as a content editor for The High Calling, the nation’s largest faith-at-work website. The High Calling is now a part of the Theology of Work Project. He has written a number of articles, including “Who Am I?: Rooting Your Identity in the Image of God”, the cover story for Comment Magazine’s third annual “Making the Most of College” issue. Later, a compendium publication was developed called The Cardus Worldview CoursePack, where the article was included with others from well-known authors like Michael Goheen, Gabe Lyons, Steven Garber, Richard Mouw, Calvin Seerveld, and David Naugle.
Bob has also written articles for Trinity Journal and Trinity Magazine, both publications of Trinity International University / Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.
He holds the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Akron, the Master of Divinity (with honors) from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, and is finishing up his dissertation for the Doctor of Ministry at Covenant Theological Seminary.
Bob is an ordained for Gospel Ministry by The Chapel Consortium Churches and currently serves in various teaching and training capacities in his local church.
Bob lives near Canton, Ohio with his wife Linda and their three teenage children, Trey, Joel, and Kaira.