A little more about me...
I grew up in western Washington in a loving Christian home. In 1999, I graduated from LIFE Pacific College in San Dimas, CA, with a BA in Biblical Studies and a minor in Biblical Languages. Later I did some graduate work in Biblical Studies at Trinity Western University in Langley, Canada and was also an adjunct professor at Pacific Life Bible College in Surrey, Canada for one year.
Marilyn and I met at college and got married in 1999. We have two daughters who are the joy of our life. Aside from my family and my God, my two greatest joys are reading a good book and enjoying the all the glories of this world God has made - from sunsets to good food and beer with friends.
I served as the pastor of The Gathering Christian Church from 2007-2014. Prior to that, I was an assistant pastor at His Place Community Church. I also served as the President of the Board of Directors for our local homeless shelter, The Friendship House.
After having to close The Gathering, we've gone down an unusual path: we sold our house, packed our daughters up in a minivan and drove around the country for eight months, visiting forty states and two Canadian provinces (and Tijuana).
After we got home, I got a job as a bartender and began writing a novel. Enter 2020 and COVID-19. I find myself without a job and use that time to focus on my writing. An unexpected opportunity with a national ghostwriting company shows me that I’m really good at ghostwriting. Since then, I’ve ghostwritten written six books, am currently working on two, and have done extensive editorial work and content writing.
So here I am, ready to help others find the book hidden inside of them.