Rev. Rob Schenck
Rev. Rob (Robert L.) Schenck is co-founder and president of P&R Schenck, Associates in Evangelism, Inc., the parent corporation to Faith and Action in the Nation’s Capital, the National Clergy Council, and the National Pro-Life Center on Capitol Hill.
Rob is twin brother to Fr. Paul C.B. Schenck, who is co-founder and chair of the organization. P&R Schenck, Associates in Evangelism, Inc., is a New York non-profit, religious/charitable corporation registered to do business in the District of Columbia. It has been determined to be tax-exempt by the Internal Revenue Service.
Rob is an ordained minister with the Methodist Episcopal Church USA, a conservative branch of Methodism that pre-dates the mergers resulting in the liberal United Methodist Church. Rob was previously the chairman of the Evangelical Church Alliance International (one of America’s oldest associations of independent clergy, executives of religious institutions, missionaries, and chaplains, both civilian and military)
Rob holds a B.A. in Theology, Master of Arts in Christian Ministry, and a Doctor of Ministry from Faith Evangelical Lutheran Seminary, Tacoma, WA, and a Doctor of Divinity (honoris causa), conferred by St. Paul Christian University and the Joint Academic Commission of the National Clergy Council. He is presently a candidate for the Doctor of Ministry in Strategic Leadership with Faith Evangelical College and Seminary. His dissertation will be on the role of Dietrich Bonhoeffer as a philosopher-leader of the German church resistance to Adolf Hitler, Nazism, and the Third Reich. He is a Senior Fellow at the Oxford Centre for the Study of Law and Public Policy, where he studies and reports on international religious freedom.
Rob serves as president and chief executive officer of P&R Schenck, Associates in Evangelism, Inc., and lead missionary for Faith and Action in the Nation’s Capital. He was commissioned as a missionary to elected and appointed officials in the year 2000.