Dallas is the epicenter for the national tranformation movement. Historically Dallas has been the ground zero for significant social movements that have been both positive and negative. Randy Skinner is passionate about helping Dallas lead the way in the next great positive cultrual transformation.
Skinner attended Howard Payne University in Brownwood, Texas where he received a B.A. in Bible and Political Science (1975–1979). He was elected to student senate and served as the class president of the university. He also served as a liaison to carry the student body vote for state representatives, state senate, congressional and U.S. Senate campaigns. He worked as a social outreach worker in charge of juvenile offenders for the Brown County Juvenile Probation Department.
He then attended New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary (1979–1981) where he studied for a Masters in Education before transferring to Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Ft. Worth, Texas where he received a Masters of Divinity (1981–1984). He also graduated from the Tarrant County Sheriff’s Department Reserve Academy and served for two years with the Richland Hills Police Department as a reserve officer.