Bobby Ross Jr.
- Boston minister pays tribute to slain MIT officer
- Sin, snoring and sermons: What to say to the preacher
- Explosion rocks Texas church
- One church, multiple generations
- Ouch! A stone but no tablet at the emergency room
- Share Jesus outside the church walls, Christians urged
- Out in the country, a little Texas church defies expectations
- Iowa church refuses to die
- 50 years in one pulpit: The secret to Robert Oglesby's longevity
- Arkansas enacts new church gun law
Recent Blog Posts
- Churches of Christ play leading role in Texas tornado relief efforts
- Virginia church mourns FBI elite hostage rescue team member killed in counterterrorism training exercise
- Video: Oklahoma minister discusses church's tornado relief efforts
- Churches of Christ assessing needs after deadly tornadoes strike Texas
- John Tyson named ninth president of Rochester College in Michigan
- Video: ACU alumnus, successful entrepreneur Shannon Wilburn discusses business, faith, Christian education
- Ohio Valley University celebrates as Chancellor Keith Stotts turns 80
- U.S. Army reinstates Church of Christ service at Fort Sill in Oklahoma
- Top 10 list: Salt, light and inspiring headlines in Churches of Christ
- Angi Brenton, wife of New Wineskins' Keith Brenton, dies after cancer battle
Bobby Ross Jr. joined The Christian Chronicle as managing editor in 2005.
A 1990 journalism graduate of Oklahoma Christian University, he has reported from 46 states and nine countries in his eight years with the Chronicle.
"What an incredible blessing!" he says of the opportunity to report news that informs, inspires and unites members of Churches of Christ.
Bobby also contributes to GetReligion.org and writes freelance stories for Christianity Today.
Before joining the Chronicle, he worked 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 small daily and weekly newspapers.
Bobby and his wife, Tamie, are the proud parents of three brilliant children: Brady, 19; Keaton, 15; and Kendall, 13. The Rosses are members of the Edmond Church of Christ in Oklahoma.
Personal Page: http://bobbyrossjr.com