Roche Coleman, Ph.D.
Dr. Roche Coleman serves as the senior pastor of Impact Church of The Woodlands, located in The Woodlands, TX. His pastoral ministry seeks to make disciples of Jesus Christ to impact the world for time and eternity. God graciously guides Dr. Coleman to the exposition of Scripture while promoting prayer and corporate worship. He serves as president of Strength For The Journey Ministries, a daily radio broadcast. Dr. Coleman ministers in Africa, Sudan, South Africa, India, Jamaica, and Croatia, emphasizing personal devotion, the study of scriptures, and spiritual growth. In addition, he serves as adjunct professor for Baylor University – George W. Truett Theological Seminary.
Dr. Coleman received his undergraduate degree from Mississippi College. After trusting Jesus Christ, he attended and graduated from Moody Bible Institute of Chicago with a Master’s of Biblical Studies and a Master’s of Theology in Old Testament from Dallas Theological Seminary. He earned a Doctor of Philosophy from University of Pretoria in South Africa in Old Testament and Hebrew Scriptures. The title of his dissertation is “The Debilitating Duo: Shame and Guilt in Psalm 32.” Dr. Coleman’s professional affiliations and publications are below.
Professional Affiliations: Evangelical Training Association, Evangelical Theological Society, Society of Biblical Literature
Recent Publications: Was Eve the First Femme Fatale? Verbum Et Ecclesia (2021); Connecting the Chasm (2013)