Glendal Robinson

Glendal Robinson, PhD

Department of Communication
(817) 202-6715
23 years

B.A. Communications from Pacific Union College
M.A. Information & Communication Studies from California State University, Chico
Ph.D Information Science from the University of North Texas

Dr. Robinson is the author of 23 books and more than 200 published stories and articles. He specializes in Christian suspense, with his most popular books being his end-time story, If Tomorrow Comes, his trilogy The Champion and Not My Son, Lord the story of his son's auto accident, traumatic brain injury and miraculous recovery.

Member of the Association of Educators in Journalism and Mass Communication

2018 Nominated for Lone Star Emmy Award for editorial work on A Truth, a short film on Sojourner Truth.
2018 Award for Excellence in Independent Publishing, Apple Book Awards
2018 Award Finalist for Thriller: Religious by American Fiction Awards
Honorable Mention, Writing: Feature, Relevant Moments: Family Worship in a Modern Society (Published in the Southwestern Union Record, July 2017), Society of Adventist Communicators, 2018.
Honorable Mention, Best Website for Southwestern Adventist University, Society of Adventist Communicators, 2016.
Angel Award Winner: Best New Publication, ParentTalk, August 2007.
Angel Award Winner: Article, What Jesus Gave Up for Christmas, Signs of the Times, August 2006.

Dr. Glen Robinson has worked for various institutions in the Seventh-day Adventist Church for more than 40 years, including five years as a newspaper editor, seven years in hospital public relations and ten years at Pacific Press as a book and magazine editor. He has been married to Shelly Scheffer Robinson for over 45 years. Dr. Robinson enjoys kayaking, writing books, home remodeling, gaming, reading and spending time with his two grandsons.

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