Roy Inzunza

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Roy Inzunza has been offering spiritual care and well-being as a chaplain in the workplace since 2006. In 2016, he and a group of colleagues started a consulting firm to offer corporate chaplaincy and leadership coaching. Roy is also completing a Doctorate of Ministry at Fuller Seminary with an emphasis on the role of a chaplain in identifying and addressing organizational pain points that are causing low morale. He also partners with a church consulting agency that is helping faith leaders thrive as change leaders. In addition, he is also a certified spiritual director from the University of San Diego. Roy enjoys playing drums and leading worship with his wife, Christina.

Started at Bethel



  • Bethel Seminary - Masters Applied Ministries - Pastoral Care, 2016
  • Fuller Seminary - Doctorate of Ministry, 2023
  • University of San Diego - Certificate in Spiritual direction , 2010


Dr. Inzunza has been a corporate chaplain offering pastoral care and well-being to a richly diverse workplace community for over 17 years.  He provides spiritual care and support to employees and family members, leaning to personal and professional thriving as a metric for wholeness.  His recent work also includes being a coach with AE Sloan Consulting which aims to help faith leaders thrive as change leaders.  Roy enjoys preaching and teaching in churches and para-church organizations (he was the worship chaplain for InterVarsity in 2018) on topics related to spiritual formation, faith and work, and God’s mission for humanity and creation.  He is married to Christina Inzunza (Director of People Operations for Planning Center and worship leader), and has two sons.  As a couple, they both serve at North Coast Calvary Chapel as worship leaders and musicians.  



Bethel Seminary Creative Missions Award, 2016


Professional Organizations, Committees, and Boards, Current Board Member

YMCA Oceanside, Former Board Member


Hobbies and Interests

Drummer, Recording and Live Settings

Road Cyclist




Areas of expertise

Pastoral Care and Counseling Theology of Work Leadership Development

Research interests

Systems Thinking Spiritual Formation (Theosis) Organizational Health Gospel of John Family Systems Theory


God became human that humanity might become like God.