Dr. Bob Abramson’s ministry includes mentoring and individual coaching to senior pastors, leaders and those in the marketplace. He and his wife Nancy are active in leadership training, Bible school teaching and preaching around the world. He has served for many years as an adjunct professor for an international Christian university, supervising seminary students in their masters and doctoral studies.

Over the years, he and Nancy have pastored multicultural, international churches in New York City and in the South Pacific. He previously established or taught in Bible schools and ministry training centers in New Zealand, Fiji, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Europe and the United States.

He conducts seminars in pastoral training, along with church leadership issues and practices. He has authored extensive curriculum materials for ministry training, many of which are available on this website. Dr. Bob is a prolific author of Christian books. His book and workbook on cross-cultural mentoring, titled “Just a Little Bit More” has impacted leaders around the world. He also has written a book and workbook on marriage enrichment for every culture, titled, “Growing Together.” Among his wide range of books (twenty three to date) are: “Moral Manhood – Swimming with the Sharks;” “God’s Kind of Love;“The Fullness of the Holy Spirit: “Beyond the Rubble” , “The Proven Track of Success,”  “The Proven Track of Significance” and “The Proven Track of Satisfaction.” For his additional books, please go to our Bookstore for details.

Dr. Abramson is seventy-one years old. He earned three fully accredited American theological degrees: a Doctor of Ministry from Erskine Theological Seminary, with a concentration on supra-cultural marriage and family issues, a Masters in Religion from Liberty University and a Bachelor of Arts in Bible with a minor in Systematic Theology from Southeastern University. He and his wife Nancy currently reside in Lake Worth, Florida. They have five grown children and eight grandchildren.

If you are interested in reading some of Dr. Bob’s insightful thoughts on life and ministry – Go to Dr. Bob’s Journal on Ministry.