Outside the Walls Affinity Group
A group for graduates who hold occupations other than being a pastor. For more information contact Rick Roberts. email@example.com
Prior to attending Asbury Theological Seminary, Rick owned several businesses operating in Georgia and North Carolina. He was most noted as a general contractor for successfully executing high-end, complex projects for corporate and institutional clientele. Then he got the call into ministry and earned his Master of Divinity from Asbury Seminary in 2000.
Rick has served as a facilitator and presenter of symposiums in Ukraine using business education as a means of introducing the gospel to government and business leaders. He helped develop the church mobilization ministry of The Mission Society, which serves local churches in developing strategic and comprehensive outreach ministries.
As Vice President of emerging ministries, he developed cross-cultural partnership initiatives for The Mission Society and for local churches. Additionally, he was instrumental in initiating an international program for equipping and enabling indigenous mission mobilization movements in Latin America and East Africa.
Presently, Roberts resides in Johns Creek, Ga. and is serving as a consultant to the leadership of local churches and various outreach ministries in developing strategic ministry partnerships, emphasizing the urgency of making authentic disciple-makers, and providing experiential service opportunities as a tangible means for individuals to discover and fulfill their “calling.”
Roberts is widowed. His son, daughter-in-law and two grandchildren reside in Denver, Colo.
Kathy Milans has experience as an elementary educator, teacher-trainer, adjunct professor, and has served as Family Resource Director for a major hospital. Along with a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts in Education, she holds a Master of Arts in Pastoral Counseling from Asbury Theological Seminary.
Milans is certified by the state of Kentucky to provide pastoral counseling, and she is credentialed as a Registered Play Therapist by the American Association of Play Therapy.
Eugene Chambers earned a Master of Arts in counseling from Asbury Theological Seminary in 2009. While at Asbury Seminary, he was the recipient of the Fred Van Tatenhove Endowed Award and Scholarship in recognition of his commitment to the counseling profession. He also possesses advanced degrees in Business Administration and Computer Information Systems.
Chambers is currently serving “Outside the Walls” of the church as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in the state of Florida. He provides behavioral healthcare services to individuals, couples, and families experiencing psychological disturbances, or emotional and spiritual trauma. Prior to becoming a psychotherapist, Chambers served our nation on active duty for over 21 years, as church business administrator for the United States Air Force Chaplain Service. He retired from active military service in 2002. He has also served as a couple’s communication counselor, life-skills coach, motivational speaker, community developer, affordable housing advocate and an adjunct professor.
Bill Wrobleski brings a set of unusual skills and experience to the Asbury Theological Seminary Alumni Association. For the past 26 years, he has had a successful career as a leader in information technology at the University of Michigan. Most recently, Wrobleski has served as the University’s Director of Infrastructure Projects. In this role he is responsible for implementing new technologies and services at the University for approximately 100,000 students, staff and faculty.
After graduating from Asbury Theological Seminary with a Master of Arts in Theological Studies in 2009, Wrobleski has been dedicating an increasing amount of time to his passion for speaking and writing about Jesus. In 2011, he published his first book: Only Everything: Jesus’s Call for your Heart, Soul, Mind and Strength. It is a practical exploration of the meaning of Jesus’s great commandment in the lives of his followers. He is also a frequent speaker at church services and events. He speaks on a range of topics including spiritual development, lukewarm faith and Christianity in the workplace.
He resides in Ann Arbor, Michigan with his wife Shirley. They have two children, Bill and Abbey.
For more information on Wrobleski and his ministry, please see cogentministries.org.