Doug Schilling


Doug Schilling graduated in 1987 from Ohio State University with a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture with considerable coursework in Business and Accounting.


Doug currently manages and operates the family grain and livestock farm he grew up on. He started farming on his own in 1989 and joined in partnership with his father in 1997. Doug has been involved in agriculture his whole life and served on various farm organization boards and committees throughout the years. He has also done consulting work that led to the purchase of a small accounting firm with a partner in 2003. The accounting business specializes in serving the accounting and financial analysis needs of farms and small businesses. Doug was a member of Abundant Life A.G. for 18 years and served in varying roles from men’s ministry leader, nursery worker, and Crown Financial course leader to board member and treasurer. He was also appointed and served several years on the Ohio A.G. District Finance committee. Doug has also been a part of the Royal Family Kids (RFK) ministry since 2002 serving in various roles including director for 6 years. Doug and his lovely wife Kim met though RFK and their mutual passion of serving kids in the foster care system and were married in 2015. Doug and Kim were first introduced to One Plus God (OPG) in 2016 through the business retreat and have been involved in several conferences and events since including their first mission trip to South Africa in 2018. Doug also served on the “Raise the Roof” team to Haiti in 2018. Doug and Kim are currently members of Dayspring Wesleyan Church in Marion, OH and lead Financial Peace University classes to help people learn how to follow biblical principles in managing money.


I was saved as a child and then walked away from the Lord through college and early adulthood. My brother invited me to a Promise Keepers conference in 1994 and it was there with 66,000 men singing “Holy, Holy, Holy” that I surrendered and rededicated my life to Jesus Christ. Life has had plenty of financial and relational struggles, and hardships. It is only by God’s infinite grace and mercy that He has brought me through, to this place of being honored to serve with OPG Ministries.