After 48 years in pastoral ministry in Ohio, Indiana, and Michigan, and serving as interim pastor for several churches, Roy Clark is now serving as the Associate Director of Church Ministries at RBC Ministries. His primary responsibility is to represent RBC Ministries in churches, at pastors’ conferences, denominational conventions, and Christian workers’ seminars.
Roy and his wife, Gloria, have been a part of the Timothy Network for the Evangelical Alliance Mission. He has also been a trustee of Cornerstone University for 25 years.
With over 20 years of pastoral ministry, Bill Crowder serves in a dual role as Director of Church Ministries and Associate Bible Teacher for RBC Ministries. His commitment in ministry is to the clear and practical teaching of the Bible.
Bill also serves as the Managing Editor of the Discovery Series Bible Study guides and has authored several booklets in the series. Bill has been involved in the ministry of the Word through training future pastors at Bible Institutes in Russia and West Africa. He continues to lead study trips to Israel, and he provides Bible teaching at International Bible Conferences for RBC Ministries.
As the recently retired pastor of The Chapel in Akron, Ohio, where he served for over 25 years, Knute Larson is an author and the newest Associate Bible Teacher for RBC Ministries. Knute’s passion is to teach and coach young pastors.
In addition to his role with RBC Ministries, he is currently serving as an adjunct professor for Moody, Trinity International University, and Grand Rapids Theological Seminary.
As the President of Cornerstone University in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Dr. Joseph Stowell is also an Associate Bible Teacher for RBC Ministries. In addition to representing RBC Ministries at Pastor Appreciation Breakfasts, he is also involved with their media productions and Strength for the Journey web ministry.
Joe is the author of numerous books and currently serves on the Board of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. He previously served as President of the Moody Bible Institute from 1987–2005 and then as a teaching pastor at Harvest Bible Chapel in suburban Chicago, Illinois.