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Bobby Ross Jr. hates flying but loves on-the-ground reporting, so he spends plenty of time in the air.

Since joining The Christian Chronicle in 2005, he has reported from all 50 states and 14 countries. As editor-in-chief, he oversees all news and editorial functions while serving as the Chronicle’s lead national writer.

Ross on a 2018 reporting trip to Haiti.

Ross on a 2018 reporting trip to Haiti.

A former religion editor for The Oklahoman and religion writer for The Associated Press, Ross is a 1990 journalism graduate of Oklahoma Christian University.

Each Friday, his “Weekend Plug-in 🔌 column for Religion Unplugged features analysis, insights and top headlines from the world of faith.

Ross’ stories have earned numerous awards from secular and religious press associations.

He and his wife, Tamie, are longtime members of the Edmond Church of Christ in Oklahoma, where Bobby is a deacon for communications and helps teach the kindergarten Sunday school class. Their family includes two sons, a daughter, a daughter-in-law and an absolutely perfect grandson.


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