Rev. Rob Schenck is an evangelical minister to top-level government officials in Washington, DC, the founder of the Christian outreach organization Faith and Action, the president of the National Clergy Council, and past Chairman of the Evangelical Church Alliance (ECA). His candid and personal views on Capitol Hill activities have put him at the center of many Washington news conferences.
Since the release of THE ARMOR OF LIGHT, Rev. Schenck has continued to meet with many prominent pastors and Christian leaders throughout the nation. As a result, he has launched Sword of the Spirit: A Christian Conversation on Gun Violence to broaden the national conversation on guns and gun violence in America, especially among evangelical Christians. Using the form on this page, please sign up for Sword of the Spirit weekly devotionals on the root causes and theological solutions to gun violence.
Op-Eds by Rev. Rob Schenck
“I’m an Evangelical Preacher. You Can’t Be Pro-life and Pro-gun.” The Washington Post
“I Used to Confront Abortion Doctors—Until One Got Murdered,” TIME
“Support Life from Womb to Tomb,” USA Today
“What I Believe About Christians and Guns and Why I Believe It,” Patheos
A Spiritual Crisis in the Evangelical Church
We sat down with Rev. Schenck to discuss his life and work after the film’s release.
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My Neighbor, Myself: A “Micromovement”
Rev. Rob Schenck pitches an idea for a “micromovement” in order to learn how to love
your neighbor as yourself – a “little, very doable, big idea.” Watch now.