Retired from four decades of service for the Seventh-day Adventist Church, Martin Weber has taught pastors and ministerial leaders on six continents. While a member of the global SDA Ministerial Association, he was an associate editor of  Ministry  magazine and supervised its outreach to non-SDA clergy. He served on the General Conference Executive Committee and the President's Council from 1991 to 1995.  Weber, now a hospice chaplain in retirement, also volunteers for the The Hope of Survivors, serving victims of clergy sexual abuse from all denominations. He earned his Doctor of Ministry degree from a Baptist seminary researching why Adventist clergy children suffer attrition. He and his wife of 43 years, Darlene, live in Lincoln, Nebraska. You can read about their escape from cult-like SDA legalism by clicking on the "My Story" button.

Retired from four decades of service for the Seventh-day Adventist Church, Martin Weber has taught pastors and ministerial leaders on six continents. While a member of the global SDA Ministerial Association, he was an associate editor of Ministry magazine and supervised its outreach to non-SDA clergy. He served on the General Conference Executive Committee and the President's Council from 1991 to 1995.

Weber, now a hospice chaplain in retirement, also volunteers for the The Hope of Survivors, serving victims of clergy sexual abuse from all denominations. He earned his Doctor of Ministry degree from a Baptist seminary researching why Adventist clergy children suffer attrition. He and his wife of 43 years, Darlene, live in Lincoln, Nebraska. You can read about their escape from cult-like SDA legalism by clicking on the "My Story" button.