DR. KEVIN R. HOFFMAN
Dr. Kevin R. Hoffman is President of Three Oaks Center, Inc., a non-profit organization providing early intervention services to adults with alcohol and drug issues; pastoral counseling for individuals, couples and families; and consulting and training services to businesses, churches, and community organizations. Most recently he completed a Doctor of Ministry degree in Pastoral Care and Counseling from the Assembly of God Theological Seminary in Springfield, Missouri (May 2016).
An ordained pastor since 1982, he has served pastoral roles for over thirty years in Iowa, Minnesota and presently as Congregational Care Pastor at the Vineyard Church in Beavercreek, OH. He has been a short-term missionary spanning forty-six years, traveling to Brazil, Peru, Mexico, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Honduras, Nicaragua, Russia, Estonia, and Kenya. Most recently, he has served as a Master Level Trainer with Stronger Families based in Seattle, WA conducting seminar events to encourage and strengthen couple relationships.
In addition to his various roles in pastoral ministry, Dr. Hoffman has also held several positions in the chemical dependency, mental health, and social service fields for over twenty years. He is a retired Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker; is currently a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor-II, an Internationally Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor, a DOT Qualified Substance Abuse Professional, a Certified Pastoral Counselor & Fellow of the American Association of Pastoral Counselors, and is a Psychotherapist Member of the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education, Inc.
As an educator, he has served as an adjunct faculty member teaching undergraduate courses for Southeastern University in Lakeland, FL and Columbus, OH as well as at North Central University in Minneapolis, MN; and at the graduate level at the Assembly of God Theological Seminary in Springfield, MO. Additionally, he has served as visiting professor at New Life Bible College in Moscow, Russia; the Discipleship Training School in Canchias, Honduras; and at the Tartu Academy of Theology in Tartu, Estonia.