Robert Noland spent ten years as a touring musician, songwriter, and producer. After leaving the road, he became the Director of Operations of a nationally recognized non-profit in Fort Worth, Texas, managing all aspects of the organization for twenty years, while also planting three churches and being a lay-pastor. In 1991 he began writing and has since authored well over one hundred resources from devotionals to books, spanning across children, youth, and adult audiences.
Since going freelance with representation by The WTA Group in 2014, Robert has been an author, writer, editor, and project manager for Christian publishers involved with projects such as I Can Only Imagine, Bart Millard’s memoir from the film of the same name, and An Interview With God novelization from the film of the same name.
Robert lives in Franklin, Tennessee with his wife of 35 years and has two adult sons, both musicians.