Martin Weber is communication director of the Mid-America Union and editor of Outlook magazine. Previously, as a pastor and police chaplain, he ministered amid violent death, search and rescue, sexual abuse and bank robberies. His favorite memory is riding a helicopter during a marijuana raid in Tahoe National Forest.
Weber’s latest book, God Was There: True Stories of a Police Chaplain (Pacific Press, spring 2009), connects human tragedy with divine intervention from heaven’s sanctuary. Dr. Weber has proclaimed the gospel on five continents. He is volunteer chairman of the board of The Hope of Survivors, which serves victims of clergy sexual abuse from all denominations.
Weber earned his DMin degree researching why so many clergy children leave the church upon adulthood. He and wife Darlene live in Lincoln, Nebraska.
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