Gary Moon

Gary W. Moon, MDiv, and Ph.D.

Gary W. Moon, M.Div., Ph.D., is the Executive Director of the Martin Institute for Christianity and Culture and the Dallas Willard Center for Christian Spiritual Formation at Westmont College. He also serves as the Executive Director of the Renovaré International Institute for Christian Spiritual Formation and as Founding editor of the Conversations Journal.

He received his B.A. and M.A. from the University of Georgia and a M.Div. and Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Fuller Theological Seminary. He is a licensed psychologist in Georgia and Virginia.

Moon has served as in instructor at Fuller Graduate School of Theology, and Fuller Graduate School of Psychology. He has served on the faculty of Erskine Theological Seminary, Regent University, Richmont Graduate University. He is presently on the faculty at Westmont College, and Azusa Pacific University (adjunct).

Moon serves on the editorial boards of The Journal of Psychology and Christianity, The Journal Psychology and Theology, Marriage and Family: A Christian Journal. He along with David Benner and Larry Crabb founded Conversations: A Forum for Authentic  Transformation. He conducts research concerning the theoretical and practical integration of psychology and theology and has published and presented over 300 professional and popular papers.

His most recent books include Apprenticeship with Jesus (Baker Books, 2009). Other books include: Falling for God (Shaw/RandomHouse, 2004), and Spiritual Direction and the Care of Souls (IVP, 2004). Other books include Homesick for Eden (Servant, 1997) and a four-volume family devotion series, The Bible Ride (Servant and LifeSprings).

Through Richmont Graduate University and LifeSprings he has developed a DVD-based curriculum of Christlikeness series for small groups based on the work of Curt Cloninger (God Views) Dallas Willard (Renovation of the Heart), Richard J. Foster (Celebration of Discipline) and (Streams of Living Water).

Married to Regina Reynolds Moon, has two daughters.  Jessica Erin (age 30), and Jenna Rebeccah (26).