Toby Nelson has been an ordained Presbyterian minister for 39 years. He, with his wife Judy, have served numerous churches as interim pastor. He is heard to say frequently, “The church is the last great hope of the world.” And he gets very excited to bless people with the Bible verse, “God is able!”
Toby’s work as a disaster pastor began when he was about a thousand feet away from the World Trade Center on 9/11. Toby is a chaplain to a federal disaster group that responds to high risk medical events. With was in the Super Dome during the Katrina Hurricane, and the day after the earthquake in Haiti.
He has a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, and a Master’s and Doctoral degree. He recently finished writing a book on disasters called, Midnight Ethics. Toby has been married to Judy for 42 years and they have one son, Erik.
In this book, author Toby Nelson gives tips and advice on how a typical cell phone or smartphone can offer lifesaving help to the user. Learn how applications (apps) and other features can provide medical, emergency, and practical tools for your everyday use.