I am a US Army Chaplain with experience in churches of all sizes, military organizations (to include West Point and Special Operations Forces), and the civilian workforce as a blue-collar and white-collar employee and manager.  I am a husband and father of twelve (yes, 12, that’s not a misprint) children, I have a passion for helping people understand their faith and pass it on to others.  As a clergyman in the Anglican Church in North America, I love the worship of God, building up God’s people, helping the hurting, and bringing the good news of Jesus Christ to everyone.  I have a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from the United States Military Academy at West Point, NY, a Master of Arts in Psychology from Morehead State (KY) University, and a Master of Divinity from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky.  I have published psychological research, won chess tournaments, and dominated karaoke night.  This is my first book.


My family is multilingual and multiracial.  We have some great stories about our foreign adoptions at our adoption website: 

 A lengthy interview about my background and calling.