Title: Minister, Author
Location: Tylersport, Pennsylvania, United States
Donald W. Raub, Minister and Author, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in religious services.
Hardworking and devoted, Mr. Raub has been a pastor with the East Rockhill Chapel since 1965. He started his career by becoming an ordained minister through the Evangelical Church Alliance in 1951 and by garnering experience as an evangelist with the Evangelical Church Alliance in Illinois in 1951 and a pastor with the Troy Gospel Tabernacle in 1959. Over the years, Mr. Raub has used what he has learned to author pieces like “Jesus, the Son of the Living God” for Disciple Magazine, “Just Call Me Brian” for Biblical Life, “I, Being Sound of Mind” for Fountain Press, and “This Week’s Sermonette” for Perkasie News Herald. Other notable titles include “Affirming Christian Boundaries,” “They Were Astonished,” “Spiritual Missiles,” “The Value of Christian Holiness,” and “Leadership Overload: Why Many Pastors are Frustrated.”
Outside of religion, Mr. Raub worked as a photographer and writer for the Quakertown Free Press fromm 1963 to 1973 and as an employee of Merck and Co. from 1968 to 1994. He was also the founder of Songwriters of North America, the chairman and vice president of Transylvania, Inc., an adviser of the Lebanon Gospel Association, and a member of both the North Penn Symphony Orchestra Society and the board of directors of the Transylvania Bible School (now the Biblical Life Institute).
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