I grew up in Pine Bluff, Arkansas and regularly attended Church with my family. I trusted Christ at a young age while at Silome Springs Summer Camp. I graduated from the University of Arkansas Monticello and spent the first 17 years of my post college life working in the Elevator industry as a corporate Sales Manager. My work brought me to Dallas and later Houston.
It was in Houston that my faith came to life and I began to study and practice my faith. I met my wife Kristen through the singles ministry at our church and we were married June 13, 2009. Shortly after getting married I began a Masters in Biblical Studies program at Grace School of Theology. During this time we were blessed to add our son Hunter and our daughter Anna to our family.
In 2013 I left the corporate world and followed my calling to ministry. I worked part time for Clean Water Climb, a ministry sharing the Gospel and repairing water wells in Malawi, Africa and concentrated on finishing my studies. I graduated in 2014 and began working a second part time job in the Student Services Department of Grace School of Theology and as a teaching assistant. I was asked to join Grace School of Theology on a full time basis and offered a full scholarship to complete my second Master’s program.
In 2016 I felt God calling me out of the academic world and back into the Mission Field. I spent the next three years traveling the world helping to share the Gospel and plant churches through East-West Ministries International.
In 2019, through many signs and confirmations, God called me specifically to Fellowship of the Crossroads. Our family is very excited about what God has planned for us here in Victoria, TX.