His heart for the Lord and love for people is evident from the moment you meet him. He has spent the past several years leading worship and occasionally speaking for youth retreats, conferences, colleges, churches, and international missions teams.
Through his own life experiences he has learned what it means to call Jesus “Lord” of your life and what the practical implications of that commitment can be. His desire is to help others learn what that means for themselves and help and challenge them to dive deeper into a practical relationship with Jesus through personal devotion, thoughtful reflection, and theological education. He received a masters degree from Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary and is currently working on his PhD at Columbia International University. He lives in Eastern North Carolina with his wife, Ellen, and their two fur-babies, Willow and Judah.