Our Founder, Rosemarie Adcock has served as ARM's president for most of its history since 1993, and as a conference and seminar speaker. She is a professional fine artist who studied at the American Academy of Art in Chicago, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, the State Academy of Fine Arts in Karlsruhe Germany; and also at Westminster Theological Seminary in Pennsylvania and Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary in Florida. She has exhibited extensively, notably at Princeton Theological Seminary, twice at the Museum of Florida Art, and the Museum for Florida Women Artists. She has a passion for missions and raising up the next generation of artists and missionaries for Christ. Her writing has been published, including a paper entitled "Biblically Inspired Leadership" which was published in the 2009 Theological Journal of St Alcuin House Seminary. She is married to Ed Adcock. Her paintings may be found at RosemarieAdcock.com
Rev. Ed Adcock was born into a family with a heritage of pastors and missionaries, and served the church in music ministry and evangelism since early childhood. He was first ordained as a worship pastor in a non-denominational church, and later as a presbyter in the Anglican Church. Most of Ed's theological study came through Westminster Theological Seminary in Pennsylvania. Ed has a deep passion for the expository teaching of God's Holy Word and its application to the practical needs of everyday life as we live out what it means to be a follower of Jesus. He is a singer and guitarist and loves the work of a pastor and ministering to the next generation of ministers. Listen to his ministry on our Resources page
ARM has many dear friends who display their art in our exhibitions, perform in our concerts, and serve in our music and teaching ministry as we partner with churches and organizations to serve the broader Church.