Tony Robinson seated on the left, hosting a TV series.
Tony Robinson has been quoted by nationally recognized media outlets, such as USA Today, and was featured on the Trinity Broadcasting Network. He was also the co-host of a television series and the host of a Christian radio program. Tony Robinson, an ordained preacher, speaks to churches by request on Creation Science, God’s criminal justice system, absolute morality, the sanctity of human life, and is a life-long proponent for debt-free living. He also conducts physical security audits for businesses and ministries. Tony is also a certified instructor on First Aid/CPR/AED.
Tony is a graduate of a military academy and last served as an Army officer. His last duty was as the Executive Officer and Electronics Communications Platoon leader in a Field Artillery Headquarters unit. He currently assists in protecting our national security and community safety as a federal law enforcement agent (A video dramatizing Tony responding to a nationally covered catastrophe is a museum display until June, 2024, at the Smithsonian Institution). He has held memberships in several professional organizations, including ASIS International (American Society of Industrial Security), the International Association of Bomb Technicians and Investigators, the National Association of Technical Investigators, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, and the Federal Law Enforcement Officer’s Association. While working in Los Angeles, Tony was awarded an “Achievement Award” for federal law enforcement by United States Attorney Debra Yang, Central District of California.
Currently based out of Birmingham, Alabama, Tony M. Robinson has degrees in Pastoral Theology and Church Ministries with a concentration in educational ministries. He also has graduate work in geology and taught high school Earth Science in the largest science department in Louisiana. Tony has additional undergraduate studies in the field of Electronic Engineering Technology. He holds both SCUBA and aircraft pilot certification. He worked under Sam Walton in Wal~Mart management. Tony also served for several years as the Treasurer and member of the Board of Directors of a Coast Guard Employees Credit Union. He has also been an associate producer of Christian comedy and science fiction movies.
Tony Robinson was once among the many thousands of children taken to church via bus ministries and later worked in the bus ministry himself. His first church staff position was assistant pastor for J. Davis, long time associate and co-worker of the late Lester Roloff at a church that Roloff and Davis had planted early in their ministry. Tony also studied under and witnessed door to door with the late Dr. Julian Pope, founder of BEAMS (Bible Education and Missionary Service). Tony Robinson has been a church planter in the past, as well as having served in various church positions over the years.
Tony Robinson, with his wife, a Pensacola Christian College graduate and former faculty member, and eight home-schooled children (toddler to young teenage), assist in pro-life events, including outreaches at abortion mills. In 2007, Tony was among 30 leaders from around the nation called to a pro-life summit to be a part of and witness to the launch of American Right To Life, based in Colorado. This event signaled the ascension of the personhood wing of the pro-life movement. American Right to Life Action and its partners have since helped bring the personhood of pre-born children back into the center stage of mainstream politics. Tony and his family are also VIP Boarding Pass charter members of The Ark Encounter, Williamstown, Kentucky.
Travel for speaking can be worked in with his scheduled travel as a security specialist/federal agent in Alabama and Mississippi. Weekends with federal holidays are also available and allows coverage in lower Tennessee and west Georgia. Due to the first responder nature of his work, Tony Robinson has refrained from seeking a pastoral position, but his federal retirement date is set for January, 2020. If your church needs someone to challenge you while filling in, then Tony Robinson may be able to help. If your church is satisfied with the status quo and does not want to take the faith outside the four walls of a building or afraid of confronting wickedness in high places, then he probably isn’t what you are looking for.
As the public information officer for his agency in Alabama and Mississippi, Tony Robinson also speaks in his official federal law enforcement capacity to churches and civic groups regarding fraud, identity theft prevention, and child exploitation prevention.