Ross joined the Chronicle as managing editor in 2005, overseeing the journalistic operations for more than eight years. At the end of 2013, he transitioned to a new role as chief correspondent.
The Ross family
"What an incredible blessing!" he says of the opportunity to report news that informs, inspires and unites members of Churches of Christ.
A 1990 journalism graduate of Oklahoma Christian University, Ross also serves as a featured columnist for GetReligion.org and writes freelance stories for national media ranging from Christianity Today to the Washington Post.
Before joining the Chronicle, he spent three years as a religion and enterprise writer for The Associated Press in Nashville and Dallas, nine years as a reporter and editor for The Oklahoman and three years as a staff writer for other newspapers.
Ross and his wife, Tamie, are the proud parents of son Brady and daughter-in-law Mary, son Keaton and daughter Kendall. The Rosses are longtime members of the Edmond Church of Christ in Oklahoma, where Bobby serves as a deacon for communications.