Faculty

Robb C. Ring, M.A

Adjunct Profesor, College of Psychology & Counseling, College of Arts & Sciences

Phone: 714-624-0693
Email: rcring@sbcglobal.net
Office: 714-535-6276

EDUCATION:

  • B.A., Church Ministry, Pacific Christian College
  • M.A., Church Ministry, Pacific Christian College
  • D.Min., Concordia Theological Seminary (in progress)

CREDENTIALS/CERTIFICATIONS:

  • Ordination to Public Ministry, 1996
  • Ordination by Colloquy, Conservative Lutheran Association, 2011

CAREER HISTORY

  • Pastor: Christ Lutheran Church of Anaheim, 1996 - Present
  • Adjunct Professor: Hope International University, 1998 – Present
  • Adjunct Professor: Concordia University Irvine, 2009 –Present

COURSES:

  • Adult Development
  • Strategies for Success
  • Critical Thinking-Logic Calculus

KEY AWARDS/AFFILIATIONS:

  • Member, Conservative Lutheran Association

ACADEMIC INTERESTS:

  • Theology, Psychological Development, Critical Thinking and Reasoning

  
PUBLICATIONS:

  • Contributor; Models of Ministry - Church Leaderships that Work, Joe Grana Editor, HIU Press, 2006

HOBBIES/INTERESTS:
Modernist Architecture, Church History

PERSONAL MISSION STATEMENT/ FAVORITE QUOTE/ SCRIPTURE:

I believe that the goal of education ought to be proficiency in the use of our human mind as an instrument of observation and critical reasoning.  Essential to this effort, is our willingness to continually subjugate that same human observation and reason to the eternal word of God, which transcends even our highest intellectual potential.

"All men are like grass, and all their glory is like the flowers of the field; the grass withers and the flowers fall, but the word of the Lord stands for ever." 1 Peter 1:24-25

“Know that no one can have indulged in the Holy Writers sufficiently, unless he has governed churches for a hundred years with the prophets, Christ and the apostles.  Do not assail this divine Aeneid; nay, rather prostrate – revere the ground that it treads. We are beggars: this is true.”  Martin Luther

 

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