D Greg Wark
Greg and his wife, Amber, have devoted themselves to promoting dynamic, positive, and influential leadership in high-pressure environments for the last thirty years. Greg was a pastor for more than twenty years in Southern California before he transitioned to full-time work in leadership development for military and law enforcement personnel.
In 1994, Greg founded Force Ministries, a non-profit organization, that uses mentoring relationships to help soldiers and their families grow as leaders and cope with the emotional leftovers of military combat. Through Force Ministries, Greg has been actively involved as a pastor, counselor, mentor, and friend to those who have committed their lives to honorable service of their country. Greg served as a chaplain for the San Diego Police Department, and he is currently a chaplain with a federal law enforcement agency.
In the last five years, the widespread problem of child sex slavery and child trafficking has gained attention around the globe. SCTNow is a non-profit organization that contracts with former military and law enforcement personnel with proven skill sets to investigate those across the globe who prey on the innocent.
After hearing about the horrors of child sex slavery in Eastern Europe, Greg took on the role of president for Stop Child Trafficking Now (SCTNow) in order to address this issue. SCTNow is a continuation of his passion to create dynamic, positive leaders who defend the vulnerable and serve with excellence in civic responsibilities.
Greg holds several post-graduate degrees including a Master's Degree in Theology and a Doctor of Ministry degree. Greg and Amber have been married for thirty-four years and have five children and three grandchildren. They currently reside in Middle Tennessee.