Rich Tuliszewski

Rich TuliszewskiRich is an enterprise project manager for Focus on the Family. His responsibilities include managing ministry wide projects that help to impact families and help families thrive. He is also a contributing writer to the Dad Matters Blog. Before coming to Focus on the Family, he served in various roles in ministry, with the last one being media director for his church.

Rich is a native of Colorado Springs and enjoys the beauty that God has made here. He loves to cheer for his team, the Denver Broncos. He is a sci-fi geek that not only enjoys new technology (What is it they say about the difference between boys and men, and that is the price of their toys?), but all things Star Wars and Star Trek.

Rich and his wife, Angela have celebrated 17 years of marriage together, and have three wonderful kids that challenge their parenting skills.

Rich has always loved developing relationships with people and just wants to help other dads by sharing his experiences with raising both girls and boys.

Paul Asay

Paul AsaySenior Associate Editor for PLUGGEDIN.COM. Paul has been a journalist for most of his career, working for a variety of newspapers and publications.

He writes movie and television reviews and manages our blogging efforts. He has a special interest in the unexpected ways faith and media intersect.

Roy Baldwin

Roy BaldwinRoy has the honor of being married to his best friend, Karen, and leading and loving his three children. Roy is also the Director of Parenting and Youth at Focus. Roy is also a lifetime member of Steeler Nation and pretty much anything Pittsburgh. “Sup wif u?”

Roy has worked with at-risk youth and parents for over 20 years in different settings. From the streets of New York City as a Family Advocate to the countryside of Central PA as a surrogate parent with his wife and as an administrator at a therapeutic foster care agency, Roy has experienced first hand the challenges of today’s family. Roy received his BA in Social Science from Nyack College and his MA at Duquesne University in Leadership.

Roy is a regular speaker at events and conferences about issues surrounding the family especially on topics concerning fatherhood, manhood, leadership and bullying. He is also a Hope360 Storyteller –

Roy’s life mission is to PURSUE Christ; TO KNOW, TO LOVE, and TO LEAD his family; and EXTEND Grace to all.

Please feel free in reaching out to Roy on Twitter or email at

Jake Roberson

Jake RobersonJake (@jake_roberson) likes Salsa Verde Doritos. He also loves his wife and three children… just as long as they don’t eat his Doritos. He has several books to his name and he has been assured that his library card will be reinstated just as soon as he returns the books and pays the fine.

In moments when he can be taken seriously, Jake will tell you that he loves Jesus, adores his wife and kids – even if they eat his Doritos – and really enjoys writing about most any topic that interests him. He loves being a part of a community, especially when said community involves other dads and food. Blogging is one of his passions and he kinda/sorta/really likes micro-blogging. (Which is just a fancy way of saying that he digs Twitter.)

Additionally, he is always willing to talk about any one of the following subjects: God, football (American-style), pop culture, classic gothic fiction, video games (*Gasp!*), and creative burger ideas.

Rich Bennett

Rich BennettRich Bennett is the Vice President of Marketing & Strategy for Focus on the Family, which includes responsibilities for strategic planning, family research, promoting its initiatives and programs, and forming alliances with other organizations. Prior to this role, he provided leadership for Focus’ youth and adult ministries.

Rich has appeared on national and local radio interviews on topics ranging from parenting and family media safety to ministry partnerships, and he’s written for a variety of newspapers and magazines. He started his career as a sports writer, loves following college basketball (Rock Chalk Jayhawk!) and major league baseball and is a long-suffering Cubs and Royals fan.

In his free time, he‘s active in children’s ministry at his Colorado Springs church, and serves on the board for Life Network and Focus on the Family Canada. He and his wife, Stephanie, celebrated two decades of marriage in 2014. They have two kids they enjoy immensely – 14-year old son, Parker; and 12-year-old daughter, Macy. They also own and operate two hounds – a beagle and a basset – who keep things interesting. You can find him on Twitter at@coloradorich.

Jackson Dunn

Jackson DunnJackson Dunn is the Director of Marriage and Family Formation at Focus on the Family where directs the programs, strategies and initiatives of the Marriage Division seeking to provide resources for couples preparing for marriage, to enrich the lives of married couples and to help couples in crisis.

He was formerly the Director of University Ministries at the Center for Relationship Enrichment on the campus of John Brown University. In this position, he taught relationships courses, oversaw a national student assessment, directed a national couples retreat program, and helped developed a community premarital and marriage program. He has spoken internationally providing marriage enrichment for the U.S. Military and leads retreats and seminars for churches and universities.

He received a B.A. in Biblical Studies and an M.S. in Leadership and Ethics from John Brown University. He and his wife, Krista, have two boys, Jack and Sam, and live in Colorado Springs, CO.