About Dr. Bob Rogers
I am a staff chaplain at a hospital in Mississippi, and an adjunct history professor (online) for a college in Florida. I teach a Sunday School class, and I am a frequent guest preacher at various churches. For many years, I taught the Bible at a local prison. Before becoming a hospital chaplain, I was a Baptist pastor for 33 years, serving churches in Mississippi and Georgia. The opinions on this blog are my own, and do not necessarily reflect the views of the institutions for which I work.
I have a B.A. in English from Mississippi College, an M.Div. in Biblical Studies and Th.D. in church history from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. I like to review Christian books and history books, write about theology, history and practical Christian living, particularly the subject of prayer– and I love to hear and tell funny stories. For ten years, I wrote a column that was published in a few newspapers, called “Holy Humor,” with light-hearted true stories about church life. You can find some of those stories on this blog. I love all kinds of spectator sports, and I’m an avid cyclist.
My wife Mary and I have been married for 40 years. We are involved in marriage enrichment ministry through our local church, as we share the story of how God redeemed our own marriage. We have three children, all of whom are married, and six grandchildren.
You can email me at BobRogersThD@gmail.com.
Look for posts on this blog several times a month.
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