Rich DuBose has served as a resource developer and provider for the Pacific Union Conference since 1994. As director of Church Support Services, which functions as the research and development entity for ministry in the Pacific Union Conference, he develops new sharing brochures, online study guides, and web outreach tools; publishes a quarterly idea newsletter; and produces a series of story videos that focus on creative ministries. DuBose has previously served as a pastor in California, Colorado, and Florida and as a chaplain and Bible teacher in Colorado.
He has a bachelor’s degree from Andrews University and a master’s degree in religion (church and ministry) from Loma Linda University. His writing has been published in Ministry magazine and on various websites and other Adventist journals, and he is an accomplished musician and artist. Rich is a native of Tampa, Florida.
He is married to Linda Erickson-DuBose, a freelance publisher, and they have two adult children, Benjamin and Erika (Gladden).