Contact & Bio

Brian Tubbs has written, blogged, and spoken on numerous topics, including history, personal development, leadership, politics, and Christianity. He has been published in several online and print publications, including The Federalist, The Washington Times, Insight on the News, BaptistLIFE and Associations Now. He also edited and wrote the foreword to Jubilee: Bible-Based Condemnations of Slavery as Practiced in Pre-Civil War America, a collection of anti-slavery writings and sermons from before the American Civil War.

When it comes to fiction, Brian enjoys historical fiction, science fiction, westerns, fantasy, and action adventure thrillers. A huge Star Wars fan, he and his family have basically memorized the script for the original trilogy (Episodes 4-6). He grew up watching Star Trek, classic westerns, war movies, and several police and detective shows. An avid reader, his favorite authors include C.S. Lewis, Frank Peretti, John Flanagan, James Byron Huggins, William Forstchen, Jeff Shaara, David McCullough, John C. Maxwell, Brian Tracy, Les Giblin, Dinesh D'Souza, and Timothy Keller.

Brian currently serves as Senior Pastor of Olney Baptist Church in Montgomery County, Maryland and on the General Missions Board for the Baptist Convention of Maryland/Delaware (BCMD). He is also on the Board of Directors for Salvation Streams, an international Christian charity. His professional background includes not only experience in ministry, but also in private education, association / non-profit management, writing, public speaking, and public relations.

Brian holds a B.A. in Government and Politics from George Mason University, an M.A. in Theological Studies from Liberty University, and a Certificate in Christian Apologetics from Biola University.

He has been married to his wife Jane for 27 years. They have an adult daughter and a teenage son. They make their home in the Washington, DC area.


If you would like to contact me for any reason, you may email me at...

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Please understand that I receive quite a few emails each day, and may not be able to respond to all of them. I will do my best, however, to get back with you as quickly as possible.

--Brian Tubbs