Stu Weber Dr. Stu Weber graduated from Wheaton
College in 1967 and holds advanced degrees from Western Seminary
in Portland, Oregon. A U.S. Army veteran, he was awarded three
bronze stars as a Green Beret in Vietnam. It was there, in
the trauma and uncertainty of war, that Stu committed himself
to a lifetime of vocational ministry "for Christ and His Kingdom."
Stu Weber is a pastor who loves his family, his country, and
Christ's church. He also has a passion to help men become
all God intends them to be.
Thirty years ago, Stu and Linda joined a small
group of friends in founding Good Shepherd Community Church,
today one of Oregon's larger church families, where Stu has
served for 32 years as the Senior Pastor. Together, Stu and
Linda have spoken at Family Life marriage and parenting conferences
across the United States, and Stu serves on the governing
boards of several regional, national, and international ministry
organizations. He has also spoken for Promise Keepers, Men
at the Cross, and Iron Sharpens Iron. He also maintains a
consistent ministry to the U.S. Military community both in
the United States and overseas.
Stu is the best-selling author of several "Gold
Medallion finalist" books. They are: Tender Warrior that provides
a powerful biblical blueprint for mature manhood in a time
and culture that is awash in confusion about gender issues.
All the King's Men captures his intense commitment to relationships
and team ministry. Four Pillars of a Man's Heart, a development
of four foundational pillars of masculinity, is designed to
bring strength into balance. And, Spirit Warriors; A Soldier
Looks at Spiritual Warfare. He has also written the Matthew
volume in the Holman New Testament Commentary series. His
latest release is Infinite Impact.
Stu and Linda live just outside Portland, Oregon.
High school sweethearts, they have been married for forty
three years, have raised three grown sons, and are now greatly
enjoying grandparenting six grandsons and three granddaughters,
The Weber family enjoys outdoor activities--hunting,
camping, hiking, and competitive sports--and love the beautiful
high alpine country of the Eagle Cap Wilderness in their home