Fred Bischoff lives in southern California where he is a preventive medicine physician.
He is a clinical faculty member of the School of Medicine and the School of Public Health of Loma Linda University.
He worked for Kaiser Permanente for 21 years, and remains on their per diem staff.
has spent much of his
time the last five years working to update a CD-ROM collection of early Adventist writings, in partnership with the Ellen G. White Estate.
He serves on the boards of three non-profit organizations that work collaboratively with the Seventh-day Adventist church.
He is the secretary of Health Ministry Foundation, Inc., which has been a sponsor of health, education, publishing, and evangelistic work in the USA and other countries.
has been studying the relation of Adventist history to Bible prophecy since the late 1980s.
has a growing interest in Seventh-day Adventist church history and the Bible concepts woven through that story.
enjoys a ministry of teaching, seminar speaking, and writing, and finds his
greatest joy in teaching biblical truths with a central focus on the gospel in the historical context of the Advent movement.
Bible study groups are currently studying Daniel and Revelation.
enjoys exploring and explaining "the simplicity that is in Christ" in relation to history and prophecy, which culminate in the Adventist mission.
One of his
favorite topics is the faith of Jesus.