Rob Mccoy

As a Christian in America, it’s becoming increasingly challenging to stand for your Faith and God-given Freedoms in the face of our society’s progressive, woke agenda. But our great nation was founded on biblical, Christian principles, and despite what historical revisionists will tell you, the founding fathers strongly believed that religion and morality were essential to the enduring success of America.

This powerful series taught by Pastor Rob McCoy, Co-Chair of TPUSA Faith, covers a variety of topics including the historical context for the framing of the Constitution and how Scripture speaks into current political hot-button issues – along with practical strategies for applying your Faith in the public square.

Whether you’re a concerned Christian in America, a church leader, or pastor eager to empower those you lead, this series will encourage you to stand strong in your God-given rights and take political action to preserve Faith and Freedom in America.

Rob McCoy currently serves as the Senior Pastor of Godspeak Calvary Chapel of Thousand Oaks (California). The son of a conservative Naval officer father and a Republican activist mother, he’s passionate about helping the Church in America publicly live out the gospel and preserve the God- given freedoms that make this nation great. An All-American Water Polo player and a National Finalist Swimmer, he graduated from California State University Fresno with a B.A. in History and received his seminary training from The Mennonite Brethren Biblical Seminary in Fresno, California. Rob has held many roles and many titles in his career. In addition to serving as the Senior Pastor of Godspeak Calvary Chapel of Thousand Oaks for 17 years, he has been a member of the Thousand Oaks City Council since 2015 and became the Mayor of Thousand Oaks in December of 2018. He has served as a Ventura County Sheriff’s Chaplain for 4 years and on the board of the Conejo Pregnancy Center.

One the roles and titles Rob most cherishes today is that of Co-Chair of TPUSA Faith alongside Charlie Kirk. As Co-Chair of TPUSA Faith Rob strives to equip the Church to be the beacon of liberty in America.

He and his wife Michelle have been married for 28 years and have five children and two grandchildren.

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Common Questions

How much do the courses cost?

We’re excited to offer all TPUSA Faith courses to you free of charge! This is only possible thanks to the generous support of friends like you. So while there is no cost or subscription fee to take the courses, if you are passionate about the cause of Faith and Freedom in America and wish to keep these courses available to you and others, you can support TPUSA Faith with a tax-deductible gift.

How do I sign up for a course?

To get started, simply click Register on the Courses Main Page and create a user account. Once you have an account you can log in and take as many courses as you’d like, as many times as you need.

How long does it take to complete each course?

Each course is made up of multiple sessions that include a video portion for each session and a PDF curriculum with questions to reinforce and deepen your knowledge. Individual sessions are designed to take 30–60 minutes. You can go through the PDF curriculum at your own pace though, so the amount of time it takes you will depend on how long you spend interacting with the questions for each session.

The number of sessions for each course varies, and you can see how many sessions make up each course by clicking a specific course for more information.

Is there homework?

We know you’re busy and may not want to have homework, so there is no required reading or written work for these courses. We do, however, offer a quiz after each session to challenge your knowledge and increase retention. Additionally, the printable PDF curriculum offers you an opportunity to go deeper in each topic, either independently or in a group setting.

How do I access my account if it’s already created?

If you’ve already created an account, simply go to the Course Home Page and click “Log In” at the top. If you forget your password, you can request a password reset via email.

How do I share these courses with somebody I know?

We’d love for you to share these courses with your friends, family, and anyone who wants to stand for the biblical values upon which America was founded. You can simply direct them to the Courses Home Page, or email them with some basic information about the courses and how to get started.