Dr. Richard F. Ramos II is an ordained Elder of the United Methodist Church in the Philippines but currently serves as a missionary to Filipino-American communities in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. He earned his Doctor of Ministry degree from Perkins/Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, and three master’s degrees from the Philippines, South Korea, and the U. S., where he served churches in various capacities. He got Summa Cum Laude scholastic records for his master's in South Korea. In 2002, he was awarded a full international student scholarship by Perkins/SMU for his MTS program. In 2016, his doctoral dissertation received With Honors citation. Richard is passionate about networking for Christ’s mission in many places and communities. He directs and promotes a ministry platform on Holistic Healing and Wellness Ministry (God’s Vision of Wholeness). He is also the President of the Wesley Mission Foundation, Inc. based in the Philippines. Besides in-depth studies on theology, he took courses on clinical psychology & counseling and has over twelve (12) years of work experience from at least two (2) US-based healthcare organizations. He consults and receives mentorship from healthcare professionals. His research and ministry interests vary from holistic healing and wellness, faith and medicine in cardiovascular health, preaching and evangelism, clinical psychology & counseling, prayer and worship, biblical studies, history, and politics. Richard has been employed with a non-profit healthcare organization engaged in preventing and curing heart disease and stroke. He and his wife Eva, a deaconess and preschool teacher, have been blessed with two children, John Reeve and Vea, and they live presently in Dallas, Texas. He and his family worship and participate in ministries at First Methodist Carrollton, Texas, where he also serves as a resource person for the ministry of health and wholeness.