Through advances in technology and communication we are becoming more and more aware of the needs of others but in the process we are experiencing a deep weariness of spirit that disconnects us from the Father, from ourselves and from others. Whether we are in pastoral ministry, working in the home, or serving in the marketplace, we are all wondering if it is even possible to live whole and holy lives in such a needy world.
Introducing gifted Teacher - Rod J. K Wilson, PhD
President and Professor of Counseling and Psychology, Regent College, Vancouver, Canada
B.Sc. (University of Toronto), M.A. (York University), M.T.S. (Conrad Grebel College), Ph.D. (York University), D.D. (Hon.) Trinity Western University
Rod Wilson was born in Dublin, Ireland and immigrated as a child to Canada with his parents. He has served as President of Regent College since 2000. Originally trained as a clinical psychologist, Rod pursued theological training after the completion of his doctoral work. He has been involved in the field of counseling and consulting for over 30 years and held various positions at Tyndale College and Seminary in Toronto. He held part-time staff positions in two churches and was the full-time teaching pastor of a growing church near Toronto, Canada. In 2004, Rod received an honorary doctorate from Trinity Western University in recognition of his gifts of leadership and acuity of vision. He is the author of Counseling and Community and How Do I Help a Hurting Friend?—both award-winning books—and the co-author of Exploring Your Anger and Helping Angry People. How Do I Help a Hurting Friend? has been translated into Chinese and German. He lives in Vancouver, BC with his wife, Bev.