the Hope of Survivors

Martin Weber, D.Min.

Martin WeberMartin Weber has served many years as a pastor, most recently in suburban Sacramento, California. He has volunteered as a law enforcement chaplain with special training in critical incident stress management, working closely with crisis victims and police officers who serve in emergencies such as suicide, sexual abuse, kidnapping, missing persons, fatal accidents and violent incidents including murder.

Among books authored are his own story of abuse survival, My Tortured Conscience, and “book of the year” Hurt, Healing and Happy Again, with stories of people wounded in life before experiencing emotional and spiritual healing in Jesus. His most recent book, God Was There: True Stories of a Police Chaplain, was just released by Pacific Press. Weber has shared God’s message of healing love on five continents. He recently completed a Doctor of Ministry project regarding troubled adult children of clergy families.

Weber was most recently the Product Manager for Seventh-day Adventists at Logos Bible Software. He has previously served as Chairman of the Board (2009-2013) and Vice President of The Hope of Survivors’ Pastoral Education Division. He is again (2017-Present) serviing as Chairman of the Board. Martin is presently Chaplain at Hospice of Tabitha. He and his wife, Darlene, have two adult children and live with their four cats in Nebraska.

The LORD is nigh unto them that are of a broken heart...Psalms 34:18