Bobby Wrenn, above everything else, is a Christian. He was born in Central Texas and was raised in Arlington and Brownwood, Texas. He and his wife, Sue Ellen, have been happily married for 22 years. Their blended family boasts 6 children...all married....17 grandchildren, and 2 great-grandchildren.
Sgt. Wrenn spent 8 years in the Army serving in Vietnam, Germany, and stateside
at Ft. Hood, TX and Ft. Campbell, KY. Following his military service he
completed an Associates Degree in Computer Science at Tarrant County College
in Ft. Worth. His knowledge of computers and foresight about the possibilities of
how personal computers could change the way people work served him well for
over 25 years in high level technical services and support. Bobby's experience
with technology and jungle environments (from Vietnam in 1970 to the Papua New Guinea in the present) have prepared him to deploy technology solutions into a variety of locations including some of the most hostile environments on Earth. Working with people from all over the world, Bobby gained insight into helping people develop their skills, talents and gifts to help them perform at the highest levels in their field.
From the time he accepted Christ as his Savior in his teens, Bobby had always dreamed of a career in ministry. He has served as a Sunday School teacher and Elder at Cornerstone Christian church in Dallas, Texas. Then, in 2007, he and Sue Ellen went on a mission trip to the jungle of Papua New Guinea and found themselves answering God's call to work with the Aruamu people group teaching them to learn how to study the Bible and understand God's plan for their lives through their ministry Beyond Baptism. Since then they traveled to the village of Tiap to work with the people there. During this time the Elders of Cornerstone Christian Church recognized Bobby's passion for Christ, his knowledge of the Bible, and his devotion to teaching and cross-cultural ministry. In 2010 they ordained Bobby to ministry. Their ministry now administers curriculum for Faith Bible College located in their jungle home of Tiap Village in Papua New Guinea.
In 2012 Bobby became involved with the Adult Rehabilitation Ministry (ARM) in South Dallas. ARM is dedicated to helping men and women in their recovery from addictions with a unique Christian based 6-month program.He serves on the ARM Board of Directors.