When were you saved?

I grew up in church, must have “accepted Christ” a hundred times in my life. When I was 18 years old I had an encounter with God during a youth service and I was never the same again.


Book: A Tale of Three Kings by Gene Edwards, Ever Increasing Faith by Smith Wigglesworth, The Person and Work of the Holy Spirit by R.A. Torrey

Food: Anything combining meat and smoke.

Snack Food: Crunchy Cheetos (Save the Cheetos Puffs for the hippies.)

Movie: Bottlerocket

TV Show: Diners, Drive-ins and Dives

Time of Day: Anytime I’m with my wife.

Season: Summer

Place in the World: Texas

Place to Pray: Texas

Recreational Activities/Hobbies: Kickin it and keeping it real!

Scripture and/or Bible Story: The Story of the Four Lepers in 2 Kings 7.

Sports Team: Rangers

Sport: Rhythmic Gymnastics (Oh wait, you said “Sport”… never mind, that doesn’t count.)

Least Favorites

Food: Quiche, the most unmasculine food in the World (The only thing worst is Baby Quiche)

Place in the World: At a Baby Gender Reveal Party.

Sports Team: Any team Lebron or Kobe play for.

Best thing someone said to you: “You don’t seem like a pastor”

Life Motto: “Build the Church”

Three People I’d Like to Meet: Billy Graham, Willie Nelson, and Ed Catmull.

My Hero: My Wife (Seriously, she’s unbelievable.)

Most People Don’t Know This About Me: I like my coffee strong and black. This was not always the case. When I first met my wife I drank my milk and sugar with a little coffee, Lindsay drank it black. I felt so emasculated that I started to choke down black coffee just to man-up.